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# 1  
Old 04-03-2017
Unable to login in ssh terminal

Hi guys

when ever i tried to connect aix server in my institute through ssh terminal the
pop is coming like network is unreachable .Am using MacBook air
the other guys who are using putty software in windows they can easily login in tho the server through remotely . Is there any one can see the same problem
# 2  
Old 04-03-2017
Hi,

In order to make it possible for someone to help you here, you'll need to provide quite a bit more info. At a minimum, you'll have to tell us things like:
  • What is the exact text of the error message you get ?
  • What is the exact command you are typing when you try to connect ?
  • Are you able to try connecting from another machine on the same network as your MacBook Air ? If so, what happens ?

If you can provide this information then others may have a chance of helping you, since at the moment you haven't really given us any actual information regarding the problem itself, other than that you can't connect for some reason.
# 3  
Old 04-05-2017
Hello,
there are the complete details with screenshots am providing you guys .When ever am trying to connect to aix server through remote login ssh .. I had entered the command i.e
ssh root@192.xxx.x.xx after entering that
{ssh connect to host 192.xxx.x.xx port 22: network is unreachable}

process completed

this is the pop up message displayed
# 4  
Old 04-05-2017
Hi,

I don't see any screenshot attached, but the command you're typing certainly looks fine, and the error message you're getting would seem fairly clear-cut too. Your local machine cannot connect to whatever system you're attempting to SSH into, as it believes it has no route to the destination network. Most likely this is true, though it is also possible a firewall somewhere along the line is to blame.

Are you sure that you do have a route to the destination network ? One thing that does spring to my mind from the first octet of your destination IP is that if you're trying to connect to a private IP range (so 192.168.x.y, 10.x.y.z or (less commonly) 172.16.x.y) then you won't of course be able to, since private IPs are not routable and only accessible locally. Which is fine if you're on that same network range yourself of course, but otherwise you need to be using the real Internet-facing IP of the destination server, one that definitely takes incoming SSH connections.

Hope this helps.

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