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Old 06-22-2005, 12:29 PM
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Question No Compatible Key Exchange

Since about SecureFX Beta4 I've begun getting this error:

No compatible key exchange method. The server supports these methods: diffie-hellman-group, diffie-hellman.

This is running against an old RedHat Linux 7.3 server with OpenSSH 3.1p1-14 on it. It's at the end of its update path.

But my question is: Did you remove diffie-hellman from the SecureFX suite?

Thanks.
Brad
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Old 06-22-2005, 02:41 PM
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This likely means that the .ini file for that session has become corrupted due to the terminal protocol being set to SSH1 and the transfer protocol being set to SFTP. There was a bug in one of the betas that would cause the key exchange protocols to become corrupt.

Are you running SecureFX and SecureCRT integrated?

If so, were you sharing the SecureFX session with a SecureCRT session that was set to SSH1?

Does this happen when you create a new session and try to connect?

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Daniel
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Old 06-22-2005, 02:48 PM
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Right on the Money

I recreated the session and it worked perfectly.

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