In connecting server using SSH

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In connecting server using SSH I am getting an error how to solve this?

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In connecting server using SSH

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The major reason involved in getting this error is in regarding with connection and the firewall as you can solve it by check the connection settings that are available in the configuration settings in the computer and have a look at it once and modify it to correct if found anything wrong and the most important thing you need to remember is that you needed to disable the firewall as the stack header doesn't allow it and hope it will fix your issue after completing the above process.
 
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In connecting server using SSH

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SSH stands for Secure Shell. It is a UNIX-based command interface and protocol that will give you a secure connection over a remote computer. SSH allows you to connect to your server securely and perform Linux command-line operations. It is actually a suite of three utilities – slogin, ssh, and scp – that are secure versions of the earlier UNIX utilities, rlogin, rsh, and rcp.

And if you wonder on why you should use SSH for your connection to your server, the answer is for security reasons. Intruders use different “sniffing” techniques to intercept or capture your login information such as password and username. All your login information are securely encrypted in SSH that’s why those intruders can’t intercept any information that passes over to your network. If you require more information about enabling or setting up an SSH connection, see (mt) | Support / KnowledgeBase | Connecting via SSH to your server, and scrounge.org | Using SSH to connect securely.

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