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I shelled out for SSHDroid Pro and am quite disappointed that it can't be configured to allow connections over the Wifi Hotspot interface without also allowing connections from the mobile data interface (i.e. the open Internet). Is there another SSH server app that can do this and is otherwise relatively feature-complete?

  • Have you visited the SSHDroid official thread and asked the developer to add the feature? Also, money talks. Have you asked the developer if s/he will refund your money if you will downgrade to the free version? – unforgettableid Jan 4 '15 at 22:22
  • Did you try my answer, or did you find something much better? Please accept my answer, or post your answer? That would be good for all. :) – Firelord Jun 3 '15 at 0:14
  • I think it looked more complicated than what I need and I didn't want to pay ten bucks for open source software :) – intuited Aug 12 '16 at 4:21
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I use Servers Ultimate Pro to limit my server's (SSH/FTP/WebDAV) accessibility to Wifi hotspot's subnet (I use it on wlan0 or rndis0). The server cannot be mapped from internet in this way. Its very easy to use, even a newbie can setup a server on it.


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SSHelper provides a standard openssh server in a mini linux environment. I can specify which network interfaces to allow ssh access on by connecting via ssh and editing the configuration file at /data/data/com.arachnoid.sshelper/etc/sshd_config. The change to make is pretty straightforward. If you don't know how to use vi you might have some issues making the change, but I guess you could edit it on a computer over sshfs or by copying the file back and forth or what have you.

As an added bonus, this app solved my problem with not being able to connect to my phone from my Mac using sshfs. The solution (or workaround) is to use openssh as the ssh server rather than Dropbear, and SSHelper is one of the few apps for Android that does this.

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