Following the process I've used in other environments, I've tried setting-up shared keys between my Mac and my CentOS 4 webserver. I've seen the same problem with my older Ubuntu 7.10 workstation trying to connect via keys to the same webserver.
I have tried both
rsa keytypes (
sshkeygen -t <type>).
sshd_config file on my webserver seems to be allowing key-based logins:
RSAAuthentication yes PubkeyAuthentication yes AuthorizedKeysFile .ssh/authorized_keys
And my .ssh/authorized_keys has my
rsa keys added.
Where should I be looking for what to change next to make key-based logins "Just Work™"?
Is it related to the line,
sshd is trying to do a reverse-lookup on my IP, but cannot because it's NAT'd?