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comment Telnet: Could not open connection to the host on port 23 : connect failed
Problem is solved anyway. It was a firewall problem.
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comment Telnet: Could not open connection to the host on port 23 : connect failed
A firewall problem it was. Solved. Thanks! :) And sorry, the IP was 192.18.212.124. I had earlier temporarily connected to the 209 subnet for testing.
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comment Telnet: Could not open connection to the host on port 23 : connect failed
Sorry, it's actually 192.18.212.124. I got it confused after I had connected it to 209, for trying out a different possibility. When trying telnet 192.18.209.124 22, the command prompt just shows SSH-2.0-OpenSSH_5.3 and remains stuck at that
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revised Telnet: Could not open connection to the host on port 23 : connect failed
corrected ip addresses
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comment Telnet: Could not open connection to the host on port 23 : connect failed
I had even connected the RHEL system to the 209 subnet, where it got a different IP of 192.18.209.17 but I still wasn't able to connect to it using Telnet, but ssh worked as usual.
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comment Telnet: Could not open connection to the host on port 23 : connect failed
I agree, but note that the Windows system is 212 and still isn't able to connect. I was able to connect from RHEL to a switch at 192.18.209.111 because in the switch configuration I changed the security setting to allow the RHEL telnet client to connect to the switch. Is there any way to tell the RHEL telnet server to allow other systems to connect to it? I'm able to connect to localhost on the RHEL system.
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comment Telnet: Could not open connection to the host on port 23 : connect failed
@Nicolas: updated my question with the dump info
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comment Telnet: Could not open connection to the host on port 23 : connect failed
but I'm able to connect using ssh
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comment can't add folder in git
In case anyone else ends up on this page with the problem I faced: I wasn't able to add files in a sub-folder to Git. Later I found that that sub-folder had its own .git repository and files were getting added to that repository instead of the repository in the main folder. Even in the Git GUI, that sub-folder appeared as a file instead of as a folder.
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