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[Starlingx-discuss] <Openstack-StarlingX> Unable to run ssh/iperf on StarlingX Vm


Anirudh, can you provide some details with respect to:

1) How are you pinging from one VM to the other (is it over the graphical console ? or namespace ?)
2) What VM image are you using? - Is the VM image enabled for SSH with password ? (assuming sshd is running)
3) Network topology
4) Are you trying to ssh from one VM to the other or from a different network segment?  Is there a virtual router in the picture, etc..


Chris Winnicki
chris.winnicki at windriver.com
613-963-1329
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From: Anirudh Gupta [Anirudh.Gupta at hsc.com]
Sent: Thursday, June 06, 2019 12:59 AM
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Subject: [Starlingx-discuss] <Openstack-StarlingX> Unable to run ssh/iperf on StarlingX Vm

Hi Team,

I have created All in one simplex setup using release 2018.10.

I have spawned 2 VMâ??s on it.
The ping is successful between the VMâ??s, but I am unable to ssh or run iperf on it.

Can you please help me in resolving the issue.

Regards
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