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I can use Terminal and get in easily, but cannot connect with cyberduck or transmit or fetch. Seems like there is a problem with the port number. (or should I
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    Default Anyone have this particular SSH problem?
    I can use Terminal and get in easily, but cannot connect with cyberduck or transmit or fetch.

    Seems like there is a problem with the port number. (or should I say port?)

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    seriously, help.....
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    Try reseting your trusted cert. Try using fugu. :/

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    trusted cert?
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    your SSH key has been changed somehow..you must have tried to connect SSH away from your normal computer, and have accepted the key change instead of just accepting it just for one time usage.

    The fix: create a public key, or personal key ... i did this on PC once using PuttyGen..but never done so on MAC...and dont even how...just google for it.

    Or you can RESTORE.

    GoodLuck.

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    NO idea how that happened! I have been SSh'ing to this phone since the 1.0.2 days and never has the snitch blocked port 22, it appears as if it did it randomly.

    Checking that was my last resort. Obviously the issue, works like a charm now.
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    good to hear....have fun.

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