Re: SSH VM from outside, but not from host

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On 15 Feb 2022, at 20:04, Peter Crowther <peter.crowther@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

And eno1 and eno2 are *both* connected to the same external switch, yes?

Correct, where each NIC has its ip access-list.
XX1.XX1.XX1.150 and XX2.XX2.XX2.100 are on separate NICs.

When I ping the VM, XX2.XX2.XX2.100, from the host, XX1.XX1.XX1.150, the host pings itself.



On Tue, 15 Feb 2022 at 17:17, Wolf <ort_libvirt@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

1) I have two network ports on my server.
 -      eno1 has the IP: XX1.XX1.XX1.150

 -      bridge0 has the IP: XX2.XX2.XX2.100
        and has the interface member: port eno2.
        eno2 is not set up with an IP address.

2) The host runs on IP: XX1.XX1.XX1.150

3) A VM uses the bridge: bridge0, and has the IP: XX2.XX2.XX2.100

I have a problem with this setup:
I can ssh the VM on XX2.XX2.XX2.100 from outside, but from the host, XX1.XX1.XX1.150, I can't ssh the VM on XX2.XX2.XX2.100.

Have I set up this wrong or is it something I can do to solve this?



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