I can't connect via ssh
mikkel at infinity-ltd.com
Fri Sep 25 22:22:54 UTC 2009
Germán Racca wrote:
> On Fri, 2009-09-25 at 15:16 -0500, Mikkel wrote:
>> This sounds like a network setup issue. But it is hard to tell
>> without the actual IP addresses. It would also help to have the
>> output from "/sbin/ifconfig" and "/sbin/route -n" from both
>> machines. There could also be a firewall issue, but it is better to
>> check that the network is working correctly before looking into that.
> Hi Mikkel,
> Thanks for your answer, please find the information you requested in the
> attached text file called 'ssh-problem'.
This gives us more information to work with, but it also adds more
questions. The routes look fine, but the IP addresses used are not
in the private range. So at this point, we are going to need the
information about your network layout that others have requested. It
would also help to know if the network was set up by someone else,
and you do not control it, or if this is a home network.
While I sorry for the extra work you are going to have to do, and
the extra time it will take to solve the problem, this promises to
be an interesting problem for us.
Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons,
for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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