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Suggestion: add "IPQoS 0x00" to "/etc/ssh/sshd_config", Rpi3, WiFi SSH issue #294
This probably only affects a few, but it's rather annoying. Details here:
Short version: Some(?) Raspi 3 stop responding to SSH after the (correct!) password has been entered.
Adding the line
I have no idea what IPQoS is, but I do know it solved the issue of not being able to log in remotely at once. (After restarting the ssh daemon or the raspi.)
Note: this concerns a fresh install of OctoPi!
Finally, here's the sshd_config file content, after image-writing, first boot, changed password, and me inserting the line:
Ill fix that. Internet is affected by storms here…
On Feb 14, 2017 21:42, "Rejutka Lupex" ***@***.***> wrote: Sorry, I completely forgot about this :-( If you still need me to test it, I can probably do that tomorrow - although right now I've got problems reaching the server with the nightlies? — You are receiving this because you commented. Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub <#294 (comment)>, or mute the thread <https://github.com/notifications/unsubscribe-auth/AAT4JuxrilwrVCfg7zB_dm_SEYPVoXQzks5rcgPCgaJpZM4LmCPQ> .
Update: # IT WORKS!
I'm testing right now - sorry, forgot again - having problems connecting right now - getting "connection refused", but I'm not sure if the problem is the Raspi or my new modem...
I'll keep trying until I figure out what's happening, I'll write again today.
Octoprint is running and accessible, so connection is there. But Putty can't connect via SSH?
Apparently SSH wasn't enabled. I've plugged in a keyboard, went to setup, enabled SSH, and was able to connect via putty from my computer to the raspi - log in worked flawlessly.
Many thanks, you can close this.