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Hey there you boys and girls, i've got a problem while trying to active ssh remote login on my leopard.. when i go to "share" option and then active the "remote login" (ssh) all seems to work fine.. if i try to connect through the console like:

ssh myuser@localhost

or

ssh myuser@192.168.1.101 (the IP insime my net)

all senns to go fine, but if i try to connect using other computer of my net, the ports appears as closed.. my firewall permit ssh traffic...

any ideas?? Thanx in advance.. and sorry for my bad english.
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does the network you're on allow ssh out?

I set my mac to listen for ssh on 443 instead of 22 for that same reason.
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do you have the firewall enabled?

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