Matt Miller <matthew.al...@gmail.com
>I am using PSCP to transfer a file from a Linux server to a local
>directory on my Windows 7 machine. When I attempt to transfer the file
>using PSCP from the Windows command line, I immediately receive the
>error: 'ssh_init: Network error: Cannot assign requested address'.
>Putty works fine, WinSCP also works fine.
A favourite way to provoke this message is to try to connect to port 0.
Guess: is it possible that you've accidentally saved port 0 to PuTTY's
Default Settings? The different PuTTY tools have different implicit
session loading behaviour, which might explain why PuTTY works but PSCP