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I was wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction to find an answer for the following question. I know that in OSX Connect to server I have the choice of checking 'Allow Secure Connections using SSH' under Options. However I need to know if that uses SSH to encrypt the entire session or just the password exchange. Would anyone happen to know? Thanks. -- Paul A. Sihvonen-Binder Department of Computer Science E-mail - umass.edu 140 Governor's Drive Phone - (413)545-4317 University of Massachusetts Fax - (413)545-1249 Amherst, MA 01003-4610...

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    Default OSX 10.2.6 Connect to server - SSH

    I was wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction to find an
    answer for the following question.

    I know that in OSX Connect to server I have the choice of checking 'Allow
    Secure Connections using SSH' under Options. However I need to know if
    that uses SSH to encrypt the entire session or just the password exchange.

    Would anyone happen to know?

    Thanks.

    --
    Paul A. Sihvonen-Binder Department of Computer Science
    E-mail - umass.edu 140 Governor's Drive
    Phone - (413)545-4317 University of Massachusetts
    Fax - (413)545-1249 Amherst, MA 01003-4610
    Paul Guest

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    Paul A. Sihvonen-Binder <cs.umass.edu> wrote: 
     

    It is the entire sessions. If you're curious, open up an ssh session
    and run a packet sniffer.

    stan@temple.edu Guest

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    Paul A. Sihvonen-Binder typed:
     

    where exactly is this option or any Options at all?
    are you talking about opening Finder and choosing Go -> connect to server?
    i don't see any options there.

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    In article <ca.eh>,
    "johnny bobby bee" <ca.eh> wrote:
     
    >
    > where exactly is this option or any Options at all?
    > are you talking about opening Finder and choosing Go -> connect to server?
    > i don't see any options there.[/ref]

    After you choose the remote computer and click "Connect" you get a
    dialog box for the Name and Password entry; there is also an OptionsŠ
    button. Click it and set your preferred options.

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    Tom Stiller

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    Tom Guest

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    Tom Stiller typed: 

    OK - i've got OS X 10.2.6.
    the 'Connect to Server' dialog box comes up and i choose a remote computer
    on my network, then click 'connect'.

    next i get an 'SMB/CIFS Filesystem Authentication' dialog box with
    Workgroup/Domain - Username - Password text boxes. With just 2 buttons
    at the bottom - 'Cancel' and 'OK'. there is no 'Options' button.

    what am i missing here?

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    Default Re: OSX 10.2.6 Connect to server - SSH

    In article <ca.eh>,
    "johnny bobby bee" <ca.eh> wrote:
     
    >
    > OK - i've got OS X 10.2.6.
    > the 'Connect to Server' dialog box comes up and i choose a remote computer
    > on my network, then click 'connect'.
    >
    > next i get an 'SMB/CIFS Filesystem Authentication' dialog box with
    > Workgroup/Domain - Username - Password text boxes. With just 2 buttons
    > at the bottom - 'Cancel' and 'OK'. there is no 'Options' button.
    >
    > what am i missing here?[/ref]

    The glib answer would be: the Options button :-). I don't know; I share
    my linux box with NFS and my other Macs with TCP/IP and they show the
    Options button in the ID/Password dialog bon

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    Tom Stiller

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    7BDA 71ED 6496 99C0 C7CF
    Tom Guest

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