Open SSH client error
davidsen at tmr.com
Mon Jul 27 14:36:53 UTC 2009
Sam Varshavchik wrote:
> Richard R. Cahilig writes:
>> I just installed fedora 11 64bit on our server, the problem is I
>> cannot connect to other Linux server using "ssh" the error says "ssh:
>> connect to host 220.127.116.11 port 22: No route to host". Its strange
>> because I already disabled the firewall and the selinux on this server
>> and I can connect to that other Linux server using different computer
>> and the firewall and selinux on that server is also disabled. Please
>> help me.
> Can you ping the destination server. If you can, it's a firewall issue.
> If you cannot, you have a networking issue.
Actually that's not correct for several reasons, the destination may not respond
to ping and unless they are connected by a single cable some network device
between them may drop ICMP.
I would suggest using tcpdump to capture the packets, save in a file, and then
examine with either tcpdump (should be enough) or wireshark (and probably you
want the GUI for that as well).
Bill Davidsen <davidsen at tmr.com>
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