Re: Box refusing connections after changing to static IP?
"Dan" == Dan White <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Willy Lee wrote:
>> Hello debian-user,
>> I have a box I've set up at work as a CVS server, to accept CVS and
>> SSH connections, mostly from Windows boxes on an internal network.
>> Well, I installed Debian 2.2 stable on it and set it up to use DHCP
>> to get it's IP, got CVS and SSH working, everything was fine.
>> However, I was told to change it to use a static IP. I mucked with
>> /etc/network/interfaces to use a static IP, may have done some
>> other tweaking of mostly unrelated stuff, and then I noticed that,
>> whereas before I could have a SSH session open from my Windows
>> machine (putty) all day, now I get periodically kicked off
>> ("connection has been reset by peer"-type messages), or it takes
>> several tries to get a connection. And our CVS access also has the
>> same kind of problem ("connection refused by host" -type messages),
>> have to try repeatedly for over a minute sometimes. This is very
>> annoying, to say the least.
> Sounds like and IP conflict.
>> Dan White
Oh! I never thought of that. Pardon me, I'm rather new at this. How
would I go about confirming this?
Albert ``Willy'' Lee, Emacs user, game programmer
"They call me CRAZY - just because I DARE to DREAM of a RACE of