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Re: SSH authentication

 On Tue, 1 Jan 2008, Jerry Feldman wrote: 

> I checked the system sshd_config and they did not change. I also 
> created debug logs (using -vvv).  I also created an RSA key, and it 
> shows first rejecting the RSA key, then the DSA key. I also recorded 
> logs on a successful outbound connection. Something certainly had to 
> change, but I don't know what. I don't recall when the problem started. 

Are the failed logins using the right SSH mode?  Perhaps you're using 
SSHv2 keys, and some of your logins are defaulting to SSHv1 logins due to 
a .ssh/config file or some other reason.  SSH uses one protocol or the 
other for a connection.  It cannot switch based on a failed login. 

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