SSH Access to MT-1002
I have an MT-1002 running v1.8.16.
The SSH access doesn't seem to be working. Unless I am doing something wrong.
I initially made the mistake of trying the default login for NX controllers (administrator/password) but quickly found that didn't work. A bit of RTFM later and I find the default user is "amx" and the password is whatever the configuration password is set to in the setup, as per page 156 of the Configuration & Programming manual.
Connecting with "amx" and using the password I have set doesn't work. If I enter an incorrect password on purpose, it tells me the password is incorrect. If I type my password correctly, it must recognize that the password is correct as it doesn't complain, but instead just kills the connection completely.
What might I doing wrong?
I did want to post a screenshot of the terminal output but this forum doesn't seem to support added images from local disk.
If you're using putty to connect you need to set IUTF8 to nothing in the options under SSH,TTY.
I don't use Putty. But I will try it to see if it works.
I use OpenSSH. I had to edit my
ssh_configto support connecting to this device at all. It seems to be using some old outdated ciphers or something... which is interesting considering it's a current model.
from what I can tell it runs android (jellybean maybe, so 2012-13ish.) so that could be why. The experts here could maybe tell us but its definitely not a recent version of android.
I know you said you said you're not using PuTTY, but take a look at this: https://help.harmanpro.com/Documents/106/G5 Panels and Putty.pdf
While those steps are for PuTTY, perhaps the setting could be applied to your client.
@emdx71 is correct - the OS is quite old and SSH has not been updated in quite some time.