I am configuring my ASA's for ssh access prior to removing telnet access to them. However, I'm running into a problem. After I have configured ssh access (assigned a domain, generated my rsa key, and enabled ssh), I am unable to log in. My ssh client is running ssh v.1 and I've checked to make sure the ASA is allowing v.1 and 2. I've also checked to be sure the username and password for the account I have tried have been correct. Basically, it's behaving as if I have a bad password, as it accepts the connection and the username, but fails to accept the password. These accounts all have a privilege level of 15 and I'm able to use them to log into the ASDM. The policies associated with these accounts are the default and I've tried both configuring a new account through ASDM and the CLI. Neither seems to work. Any ideas?
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