Oct 26, 2011 · ssh: connect to host my.IP.goes.here port 22: No route to host NOTE: I do not have access to another computer at this time, and so cannot test if this is a problem locally or not. If you want to test I can send you my public IP via pm
I'm using a public cloud for Openstack and created an instance of ubuntu. When I tried to ssh (or) ping to the IP address available there, it says "No route to host found" and "Host Unreachable". Nov 04, 2012 · Linksys WRT54G, ssh, "no route to host" marnold: Linux - Networking: 1: 09-29-2010 12:33 PM: Handling a "No route to host" message in a script: kaujot: Programming: 2: 03-27-2008 06:14 PM: shorewall routing issue: "no route to host" from dmz: spargonaut: Linux - Networking: 0: 06-07-2007 10:09 AM: a/p connected, route correct, ping router IMO, the easiest way to enable SSH, is to add a file, SSH (no extension) into the boot partition (also accessible via most Windows machines). Just to be safe and not waste my time, I also add a file called ssh.txt there. You'll need network connectivity. May 05, 2006 · vbharadwaj@deepblue:~$ ssh deepblue-1-8 ssh: connect to host deepblue-1-8 port 22: No route to host. I looked up the iptables command and this was my output vbharadwaj@deepblue:~$ sudo /sbin/iptables -L -n [sudo] password for vbharadwaj: Chain INPUT (policy ACCEPT) target prot opt source destination. Chain FORWARD (policy ACCEPT) No route to host means the server doesnt know how to route the packet (routing table, however I have never seen it only occur on one protocol and not another). In my case. No NAT Internet connection. No IPTABLES Ping works I can connect to ip's either side of the broken ip. The broken ip says "no route to host" on any tcp port. Wether the 'no route to host' issue is linked with the nbd15 error, I'm not sure. I'm looking in more detail at the netwoprk setup as given from the openstack cookbook chapter to see if I can spot any deliberate-mistakes ;) but networking is my weakest skillset of all thats involved here.
Nov 20, 2017 · I do a ssh to remote host(A1) from local host(L1). I then ssh to another remote(A2) from A1. When I do a who -m from A2, I see the "connected from" as "A1". => who -m userid pts/2 2010-03-27 08:47 (A1) I want to identify who is the local host who initiated the connection to
The problem is that I can not access via SSH to new instance from my Maas server: $: ping 10.20.81.215 PING 10.20.81.215 (10.20.81.215) 56(84) bytes of data. From 10.20.81.1 icmp_seq=1 Destination Host Unreachable $: ssh -i ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub 10.20.81.215 ssh: connect to host 10.20.81.215 port 22: No route to host. while on node of Openstack
Wether the 'no route to host' issue is linked with the nbd15 error, I'm not sure. I'm looking in more detail at the netwoprk setup as given from the openstack cookbook chapter to see if I can spot any deliberate-mistakes ;) but networking is my weakest skillset of all thats involved here.
These approaches are not interchangeable (the ip default-gateway will be ignored with ip routing; with no ip routing, the ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 won't probably be accepted at all). During the time when the problem switch was not SSH-able from your Linux machine, could you at least ping it successfully?