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Centos 6 : To change port ssh

Hi all,

I want to share and need suggestion , what i have done to my cloud server at DO.

My Objective : to change the default port ssh form 22 to 7777

Task ( below is what i have done )

#–1 ADD and CONFIGURE USER useradd iloveyou groupadd weloveyou …

vi /etc/ssh/sshd_config #–2 Modification part Port 7777 ClientAliveInterval 900 ClientAliveCountMax 0 ChallengeResponseAuthentication yes GSSAPIAuthentication no PermitRootLogin no AllowUsers iloveyou PermitEmptyPasswords no

–FINISH

/etc/init.d/sshd restart exit

connect : ssh iloveyou@10.129.xxx.xx -p7777

The Result / Impact : i cant connect to my server in the DO cloud :(. Below the log:

  1. Connect via https://cloud.digitalocean.com/droplet/console/ Failed to establish a connection to the console. Please reload.

2.Connect mac console my_mac>$ ssh webmaster@10.129.xxx.xx -p7777 ssh: connect to host 10.129.xxx.xx port 7777: Operation timed out

Note : my iptables still default from DO image, and i’m not yet configure :)

thx


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Oo, i made mistake :( <br>the mistake is using the ip private O). <br> <br>------------------------ <br>Public Network <br>IP Address: 188.xxx.xxx.xx <br> <br>Private Network: <br>Private IP: 10.xxx.xxx.xx <br>------------------------------------- <br> <br>The solution is: <br>my_mac>$ ssh iloveyou@188.xxx.xxx.xx -p7777 <br> <br>thanks to Ryan

oh , miss typo : <br>at the point : <br>my_mac>$ ssh webmaster@10.129.xxx.xx -p7777 <br> <br>i mean : <br>my_mac>$ ssh iloveyou@10.129.xxx.xx -p7777 <br>my_mac>$ ssh root@10.129.xxx.xx -p7777 <br>my_mac>$ ssh root@10.129.xxx.xx <br> <br>still cannot access.