Thanks for sharing this solution...I was going nuts trying to figure out what was happening :/
Great. Thank you! You saved my day!
Thanks for sharing that, been trying to fix this issue on my Macbook for weeks now!
Thanks, that helped a lot!
Setting IPQoS=throughput in ~/.ssh/config fixes it for all programs using ssh, as far as I can tell (for example, git).
I have also been having this problem for a while. What's peculiar is that it only affects an ssh session from my MacBook Pro laptop (when I am home) connecting to my work iMac
- I can ssh into all my lab VMs on various hosts on the internal VMware network with no problems. It is just the iMac that drops the connection immediately
- I can do something like "ssh rtaheri@XXX date", and it works just fine. It just cannot run a shell. I can even do an "scp" with no problems
- I can ssh into my iMac from my testbed VMs with no problems. It is just the MBP-> iMac that's problematic
- Just to make sure, I removed the .ssh directory on both ends, and ran "ssh -o IPQoS=throughput". Still no luck
I am running Mojave 10.14.3 on both ends
My only recourse right now is doing an ssh into a lab VM, then ssh into my iMac, which feels really weird !