shell request failed on channel 0

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shell request failed on channel 0

Trying to do an SCP copy to a server, but I can't get past "shell request failed on channel 0". Using Solarwinds, and it says Authenticated user "username" from IP "ipaddress", but it always fails from the firewall. Any ideas?

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we use SCP command piping and it's compatoble with Unix implementations only AFAIK

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only Linux/Unix based SSH servers are supported. What's yours ?

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If you are using the SCP for exporting the traffic logs you have to use linux otherwise it will not work. Mostly SCP related command works with Linux.

 

Make the linux as ssh server and then you can use the scp command on PA.

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I was not able to find that. This is solarwinds SCP on a windows server. Do you know what the issue is? (i.e. why only Linux)

The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries.
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we use SCP command piping and it's compatoble with Unix implementations only AFAIK

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