thank you - yes it worked - it's basically about the:
Enabling the SSH Server = check /etc/rc.conf
for this line and add it if it is missing:sshd_enable="YES"
This will start sshd, the daemon program for OpenSSH, the next time the system boots. To start it now:
# service sshd start
I've also found that trick usefull:
It is a good idea to limit which users can log into the SSH server and from where using the AllowUsers keyword in the OpenSSH server configuration file. For example, to only allow root to log in from 192.168.1.32, add this line to /etc/ssh/sshd_config:AllowUsers email@example.com
Thank and regards,