So the title basically describes the issue, however here is a more elaborate breakdown. I can SSH into the remote machine from a local terminal, however I cant putty into the remote machine. I'm not sure why this is, considering putty is using SSH as its protocol to connect to the remote machine. In both cases the IP is the same. Whats really odd is that it only started happening once I set the IP to static on the remote machine. I'm thinking maybe after I set the IP static on the remote machine the DHCP server Hi-jacked it instantly and gave it to something else? However there shouldn't be anything else taking that IP as the network is only about 20 machines and all of them are satisfied with IP's already. not to mention I can SSH into the remote server via terminal using:
and it logs me into the remote machine I am trying to access. Is there anything different about Putty SSH that I am missing? Any advice would be great!!
(update: I cant WinSCP to the server either but sftp does work from local terminal)