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Operating Systems Linux Interesting challenge getting SSH from outside to my VMWare guest Post 302469125 by brightstorm on Thursday 4th of November 2010 08:17:14 PM
Old 11-04-2010
Hello Pludi,

Thank you very much for your time!

After a closer inspection I realised that I received "martians" in my /var/log/warn. Having absolutely no idea what it meant, I googled it without being much wiser.

I then realised I had a problem with my routes since I couldn't resolve any DNS or ping the outside world.

I found that a static route was missing, so after issuing

Code:
route add -net 0.0.0.0 gw 192.168.1.1 br0

Which made my route look much better

Code:
ivmsles01:/var/log # ip route sh
192.168.1.0/24 dev br0  proto kernel  scope link  src 192.168.1.77 
127.0.0.0/8 dev lo  scope link 
default via 192.168.1.1 dev br0

I got back on track, the martians went back to Mars and after a bit of firewalling, my server responded nicely to external hosts as well on SSH.

I'm really sorry that I didn't really do my homework completely before crying out for help - if you get to Denmark some day, I'll buy you a beer for your trouble Smilie

Last edited by brightstorm; 11-05-2010 at 01:00 PM.. Reason: changed "ip route add" to "route add" which is the correct command
 
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xpci* at xenbus? pci* at xpci? DESCRIPTION
The xpci driver is the frontend part of the PCI pass-through functionality that can be used by Xen guest domains to communicate with PCI devices. From a guest point of view, xpci is similar to a pci(4) bus, except that the guest talks with the PCI backend driver instead of the real physical device directly. When the host domain is NetBSD, the xpci driver is backed by a pciback(4) driver within the dom0. SEE ALSO
pci(4), pciback(4), xenbus(4) HISTORY
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The xpci driver was written by Manuel Bouyer <bouyer@NetBSD.org>. SECURITY CONSIDERATIONS
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