Blocked port 22 but still have root access to ftp

za flag

recently I messed up hard and blocked port 22 with ufw, but I still have root access with sftp. I tried editing /etc/ufw/ufw.conf and set ENABLED=no but even after reboot I still cant connect. Any suggestion ? I also know that port 25566 is opened, can I maybe somehow change ssh to that port ?

Also with putty i get this:


Update: I logged into ssh with port 2226(sftp port) and disabled ufw. I still cant login with port 22

Looks like problem is not in ufw, also looks like no service is running on port 22, any suggestion? Screenshot

so flag
ftp (21) is not sftp (22) – not really an answer to your question, but mistaking those two only complicates understanding of your problem.
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cn flag
Did you change anything in `/etc/ssh/sshd_config`?
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aq flag
better check out system logs (syslog, message) and grep for sshd related errors.
za flag

I missedited sshd_config, after I added this to the config, problem was solved:

  1. Port 22
  2. AddressFamily any
  3. ListenAddress
  4. ListenAddress ::

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