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I found the solution to my issue. I was attempting to connect with the wrong hostname. Bottom line: Double, no, triple check the hostname you're connecting to. A lot of these types of issues is caused by innocent, simple mistakes such as this.


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The easiest way, right off the bat, is to look at the IP you are connecting from. When I connect (via SSH) to my Mac or FreeBSD machines, I get a nice little header that looks something like the following: Last login: Fri Jan 16 14:20:43 2020 from xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Now, if I'm connecting internally, it will be from my private address space, from public, it ...


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Assuming you have a central and stationary management unit (a Mac) and several remote Macs (1:n relationship), I would choose an inverted VPN-approach: Set up a VPN-server on your central Mac. The network address of the VPN-net mustn't collide with local network addresses. Port-forward all necessary ports to your Mac on your local router. Depending on your ...


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After trying some suggestions from https://github.com/osxfuse/osxfuse/issues/341 (An open issue for OSXFUSE), the following command worked for me - ssh-add -K ~/.ssh/id_rsa Use of option -K: -K When adding identities, each passphrase will also be stored in the user's keychain. When removing identities with -d, each passphrase will be ...


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