Have a problem where i can not reach a redhat server from different VLAN but if i RDP to a server in same network i can ssh in and after a ping out it is accessible from other networks. This falls out after a while and I have to RDP to win server, ssh in again and ping out to get access from outside again.

Any ideas?

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.4 (Tikanga)

asked 17 Mar '11, 10:55

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Can you post your iptables rules?

(08 Apr '11, 13:15) rfelsburg ♦



I doubt we'll get any response at all on this question. Someone mark it closed. We get a lot of these "hit and runs" which is where basically someone drops a question into the queue and then never returns for an answer.... or they wait a very short time and then give up. Having tons of "hit and runs" like this really brings this place down because it causes a lot of extraneous junk for the readers to sort through. We need a janitor to /kill these.

This post was made on March 17th and it's now April 15th. It's dead, Jim.

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Yea, I wasn't paying attention to the date thats my fault Ron. Thanks for pointing it out.

(09 Apr '11, 13:22) rfelsburg ♦
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