Added IP address "" to IP block list. Duration: for 5 minutes.

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doncarlos99
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Added IP address "" to IP block list. Duration: for 5 minutes.

Post by doncarlos99 » Wed Jan 13, 2021 2:13 am

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2021/01/12 9:32:03 [Security] Removed IP address "172.16.0.83" from IP block list. Duration: for 5 minutes.
2021/01/12 9:26:54 [Security] Added IP address "172.16.0.83" to IP block list. Duration: for 5 minutes.

I am guessing this has to do with my fstab file having my SSH mapping of some QNAP shares at my client machine. After the five minutes have passed, I can access those QNAP shares after selecting the "Device" in Dolphin. However, I also get an error on my client that says:

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ksshaskpass -- KDialog  
Configuration file "/root/.config/ksshaskpassrc" not writable.  
Please contact your system administrator.
I have to click through that message for each share.

Perhaps related, when I initially setup my QNAP TVS-872XT I setup access to to the QNAP shares via NFS and SMB before SSH. This worked beautifully. But it stopped working after a couple days. That was why I setup SSH.

The client is openSuSE Tumbleweed.

Any ideas? What other information could help to nail this down? It's kind of annoying that I have to wait five minutes after starting the client to be able to access the shares.

Edit: Corrected notification to show Removed.

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Re: Added IP address "" to IP block list. Duration: for 5 minutes.

Post by P3R » Thu Jan 14, 2021 3:45 am

If you haven't already, I would recommend that you enable the System Connection Logs (Control Panel, System, System Logs, System Connection Logs, Options) for SSH and see if that can give you any indications on why it fail. I would also try to diagnose the SMB and NFS issues as you're beginning to run out of protocols... :wink:
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