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I am using my system as server and client,when i tried to connect to my server as localhost,I am getting "Failed to open TCP connectipon" , Need some help ,

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asked Jul 30 '15 at 12:38

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Please confirm that there isn't a firewall or something blocking the connection, or if the server is running properly.

Try executing the following command from your client machine. telnet server-name-or-ip 22

(Replace 22 with whatever port your SSH server is running on if you are using a non-standard port).

If you receive a response that shows the version of your SSH server, then the connection is able to access the server. If the command just "hangs" until it times out, then you will need to make sure the SSH server is running, or if there are any network devices blocking connections over the SSH port your using.

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answered Jul 30 '15 at 15:48

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Thanks Joe,

It works now is there any video tutorial available to configure server/client,since even though i follow the documentation available in online is not helpful

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answered Aug 03 '15 at 13:58

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Hi Joe ,

Telnet works fine,i am getting response,but when i tried to connect it is asking for password,I am not sure which password it is,if it is login account password(Windows id is also same) ,but if i input the same,it keeps on asking and fail at end,

Need some help,

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answered Aug 04 '15 at 07:11

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The username and password in most cases would be for either a local user account on the destination machine, or a domain user account and password that the destination machine is associated with.

If you have confirmed the password is correct and the login still isn't working try the following things to troubleshoot:

  1. Please check that the account isn't locked.

  2. Also under the SSH Tectia Server configuration check the Domain Policy section and see what locations are being checked, and the order they are being checked.

Sometimes if their is a domain user that is the same as the local user (and they would have different passwords) there can be issues when the SSH server finds the user in one location first and thats not the user your trying to log in as.

Example: I have a local user joe, and a domain user joe. In the domain policy sections of the Tectia SSH configuration I have my Default Domain first on the list and local machine second on the list. In this case I would be able to login to my default domain user "joe", but not the local machine user "joe" because it would always find the default domain user first.

Regarding the question on video tutorials: we don't currently have these, but we expect to have some for the most asked questions later this year.

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answered Aug 04 '15 at 13:50

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Thanks for your answers Joe,

need some more help,

Hello,

This is my scenario ,My PC is client and Server is installed in vm inside the lap ,when i connect to server it is connected through my vm windows id,instead i want to connect through my AD account/Password which i use to login my PC,Any reply to this will be much useful,

Thanks for your time,

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answered Aug 04 '15 at 16:02

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You need to make sure that your Windows VM is connected to the AD/Domain server, and that the Domain Policy it set to be checked in the server config.

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answered Aug 04 '15 at 19:25

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