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Has anyone used PuTTY and OpenSSH?

Thanks for reading this. 

I'd like to set up ssh mode 2 authentication for incoming ssh requests 
from a PuTTY client: PuTTY is an ssh client that runs under Win32, and 
it's my prefered client for that platform.

I created public and private keys for my server by using the keygen 
functions of ssh, and tried to get it to accept a logon from a PuTTY 
client which had keys generated by the PuTTY key generator program,
but they wouldn't talk to one another.

If you've used PuTTY with OpenSSY_3.1p1, please tell me how to go 
about it.

Thanks in advance for your help.

Bill Horne

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