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ssh issues

Is it auto-disconnect or simply connection refused?  If the connection
is refused perhaps there's something in the servers' sshd_config files
that limits the connections to particular IP addresses or some other
access control.  Your home address might be DHCP assigned which would
make it semi-random where the one from work is more likely to be static.
I'd compare the sshd_config files to make sure they're similiar and then
check to see if there's any user config files that might be also
limiting access.

On Mon, 2005-03-28 at 10:00 -0500, Jerry Feldman wrote:
> On Monday 28 March 2005 9:06 am, dsr at wrote:
> > Autodisconnect is usually a shell feature. Is it possible that
> > one of those sessions specifies a login shell and the other does
> > not?
> No. They are configured identically. As I mentioned, I use kssh from the 
> panel. The only option that is set it to enable X11. 

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