[CentOS] SSH problems (from the beginning)

Tue May 2 21:20:13 UTC 2006
Benjamin Smith <lists at benjamindsmith.com>

Sounds like some kind of a routing problem. 

You don't specify what the IP address is for B. And, what do you mean by 
"works as proxy"? Are they directly connected, or are they in separate towns? 
Are you using NAT? 

Answers to some of these questions just might beg an answer out. 

Best of luck, 


On Tuesday 02 May 2006 13:53, centos-bounces at centos.org wrote:
> I have 2 machines, one with CentOs4.3 (A) the other with WhiteBox 4(B).
> The machine A have a new installtion, the machine B has an already exists 
> The machine A has the installytion as is (except tah i choose an IP adress 
for eth0) from the graphical interface on Hosts Label
> The machine B has eth0 and eth1, it works as proxy
> i can connect by ssh from A to B
> i can ping B from A
> i can not connect by ssh from B to A
> i can`t ping  A from B
> if i do NSLOOKUP in A the reponse is Server inexistent
> What im doing bad?
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