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  1. Re: SSH port changes as soon as SSH is updated.

    Follow the more extensive set of commands I just posted.
  2. Re: SSH port changes as soon as SSH is updated.

    After reading that document, I intend to run


    sudo rm /etc/systemd/system/ssh.service.d/00-socket.conf
    sudo systemctl disable --now ssh.socket
    sudp systemctl enable --now ssh.service
    sudo...
  3. Re: SSH port changes as soon as SSH is updated.

    As I said, you also need to change /etc/ssh/ssh_config if you want the client to default to a different port.

    These have been the standard configuration files for ssh for years now. I doubt it...
  4. Re: SSH port changes as soon as SSH is updated.

    For the server, you should modify /etc/ssh/sshd_config and change its "Ports" designation.

    For the client, apply the same change to /etc/ssh/ssh_config or use "ssh -p 12345 server_name".
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