Or rather, sometimes it works, but only very slowly. Anyone run across this? I've got OpenSSH and BSD subsystem installed, I've got the Mac and the iPhone on the same wifi network, I'm using the correct username and password and IP address. I've tried Transmit and Cyberduck both. I've even reinstalled all OpenSSH and BSD, with plenty of restarting. In fact, I know all that is correct, because sometimes it's working fine--but always slower than it used to be. On some tries, it eventually connects (and I'm not talking about the host keys problem), but then changing directories takes so long that it eventually times out. Other times, it won't even connect at all. Transmit gives a "could not connect to server" "permission denied" error. But I'm not sure that's meaningful at all. Cyberduck just tells me it's timed out. Anyone experience this? Nothing has changed on the iPhone or the Mac, but all of a sudden it just barely wants to make an sftp connection. Any ideas?