DragonFly users List (threaded) for 2010-12
Re: Can't connect to ssh
It might be a VM specific configuration issue. VirtualBox, for instance,
runs in a NAT setup by default for any VM. You must change the
configuration to something like bridged.
On 12/30/2010 08:32 PM, Francisco Reyes wrote:
> I have a Dragonfly machine I setup a few days ago as a backup machine.
> I had it working for several days and I was able to ssh to the
> machine. The machine crashed because of not enough nbuffers, which
> after searching archives it was just a matter of running out of
> memory. It is a VM so I just increased memory from 512MB to 1024MB.
> After the machine came back up I have been unable to ssh, or ping for
> that matter, the machine.
> The VM can connect normally to other machines and VMs in the subnet
> but I can not ping or ssh to the VM. I am able to telnet to port 22 on
> the IP it is listening on, 192.168.1.9. Sockstat -4 shows ssh
> listening in all ports.
> Is there a firewall by default in Dragonfly?
> Nothing has changed in the VM configuration and it was working until
> the nbuffer crash so I am stumped; other than increasing memory
> nothing has changed since the crash.
> Any suggestions?