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shabir Ahamed
Occasional Contributor



We are facing issue with ssh connecting from remote client.
While connecting from lan client it working fine.

Any input pls

Kapil Jha
Honored Contributor

Re: ssh

Are you sure ssh is running on destination service.
>>While connecting from lan client it working fine.

what does this mean?? are you using ssh there.

I am in this small bowl, I wane see the real world......
Steven Schweda
Honored Contributor

Re: ssh

> Any input pls

You first. My psychic powers are too weak to
tell me what you're doing or seeing.

> We are facing issue [...]

What does this mean? Which client? Doing
what, exactly? Actual error messages?

"ssh -v [...]" usually gives more info than
"ssh [...]".

At a minimum, "uname -a" on the HP-UX system
(if there is one).
shabir Ahamed
Occasional Contributor

Re: ssh

there is no specific error messge.
when i try to connect server using public ip outside office.
it display network is unreachable.

Mark Fenton
Esteemed Contributor

Re: ssh

Shabir, correct me if I'm getting this wrong:

the SSH SERVER is on some LAN
Connecting to this server from CLIENT on the same LAN succeeds, but when the client is elsewhere, connecting to this server from REMOTE CLIENT fails.

You will need to look at a couple of things:
1) are you not exposing the SSH server to a public address?
2) Does this REMOTE CLIENT actually connect to the Internet?
3) Are there any firewall rules in place that would block your REMOTE CLIENT?

You should be able to research all three of these conditions in your firewall logs.
shabir Ahamed
Occasional Contributor

Re: ssh

thanks al for giving iputs.

It was silly mistake ,i have not put default gate.

Problem solved