I am having a problem accessing SFTP. My setup is a local VM running on VirtualBox (no forwarded ports).
The problem is that when I try to access the FTP using the internal IP, I get this log:
Status: Connecting to 192.168.10.197... Response: fzSftp started, protocol_version=4 Command: keyfile "/home/velkovjr/.ssh/id_rsa" Command: open "firstname.lastname@example.org" 22 Command: Pass: ********************** Error: Authentication failed. Error: Critical error: Could not connect to server
What is the problem? Can I get some help?
Thanks in advance
Well it says
Authentication failed, which makes me think you have a bad password. Also, SFTP and FTP aren't the same.
It says AUTHENTICATION FAILED , when u copy the password, please DONT copy a space behind, the space cause problems
How do you know there's a space?
@zacharee Because I the problem appears all the time by my users when they generate a password, and they always copy DA SPACE! After I tell them ALOT OF TIMES there is a space behind that passowrd generated , they wont understand, and I need to show them using team viewer how to copy the password without the space (not by double click), then only it will work.......
Ah, OK. It sounded a little assumptive as it was posted, so I was curious.
password with space
Password with NO SPACE
The password with space seems legit