Adam M wrote:Why on earth would you want to do that?
Anyone have some success stories on changing the default SSH port from 22 to XXXX?
Adam M wrote:I would rather look at using NAT on that server - only allowing access to the 2nd port from the router. And then nat'ing that connection to localhost on port 22.
Also, the reasoning behind this is not for security purposes but due to the fact my router only allows me to forward port 22 to a single computer, hence the need for a second SSH port.