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.
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...