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Bryana Atkinson batkinso at stevens.edu
Wed Feb 15 10:24:57 EST 2017

In case anyone was wondering, it seems my inability to ssh only happens
during the night. If it's night, I can't ssh into a session even if it says
it is running. Not sure if this is an AWS thing, a Stevens linux-lab thing,
or something else.

Has anyone else experienced this?

Bryana Atkinson

On Tue, Feb 14, 2017 at 1:53 PM, Jan Schaumann <jschauma at stevens.edu> wrote:

> Bryana Atkinson <batkinso at stevens.edu> wrote:
> > Again, not really sure why but everything seems to be working okay
> > now. I was messing around with it last night but when I went to sleep
> > I was still unable to connect. This morning I got it on my first try
> > with the same commands (I copy and pasted, so I'm sure they're the
> > same).
> From where are you running these commands?
> It's possible that an outgoing firewall is blocking the connections,
> although that should not have been the case last night in class, and it
> isn't the case on linux-lab.
> Next time this happens, you can try running a traceroute to the system
> to see if packets are being dropped along the way somewhere.  If that
> works, try a TCP traceroute to port 22.  That should show where the
> connection is dropped.
> -Jan
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