PuTTY Fatal Error – Server sent disconnect message

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Hi,

I received an error message while linking ESX host’s terminal via SSH with PuTTY.

The screenshot of the error message is as under. I tried several ways to solve the problem but failed.

If you have any idea for the problem, please help me.

Thanks in advance.

PuTTY Fatal Error Server sent disconnect message type 2 (SSH_DISCONNECT_PROTOCL_ERROR):"Timeout, your session not responding.”

PuTTY Fatal Error

Server sent disconnect message

type 2 (SSH_DISCONNECT_PROTOCL_ERROR):"Timeout, your session not responding.”

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Answered By 0 points N/A #192497

PuTTY Fatal Error – Server sent disconnect message

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Hello King Lopezs,

Thanks for sharing your problem with us, you can keep your SSH session alive by sending NULL packets to the server after some interval. This may be risky options at some time if you moved away from your system by leaving the SSH session open. The intruder may access your system and issue shutdown to your server with your credentials. To keep your SSH session alive just follow the following steps:

1. Launch the putty software.

2. Locate session option and click on it. Type your ESX server IP or Host name in the Hostname(IP) textbox.

3. Now click on connection option and set the value for the seconds between keepalives.

I hope this will help you.

Thanks.

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