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The most likely cause is that you are on a network which has some sort of egress blocking firewall, or you're running local packet filtering software which is preventing you from opening remote connections to 29418/tcp. Can you confirm or try from another network/machine?

The most likely cause is that you are on a network which has some sort of egress blocking firewall, or you're running local packet filtering software which is preventing you from opening remote connections to 29418/tcp. Can you confirm or try from another network/machine?

You can also test for this condition if you have netcat installed by running nc review.openstack.org 29418 and seeing whether you get back "SSH-2.0-GerritCodeReview_2.8.4-15-g6dc8444 (SSHD-CORE-0.9.0.201311081)" followed by a bunch of gibberish (in which case you are able to reach the server successfully), or whether you get an error message instead.

The most likely cause is that you are on a network which has some sort of egress blocking firewall, or you're running local packet filtering software which is preventing you from opening remote connections to 29418/tcp. Can you confirm or try from another network/machine?

You can also test for this condition if you have netcat installed by running nc review.openstack.org 29418 and seeing whether you get back "SSH-2.0-GerritCodeReview_2.8.4-15-g6dc8444 (SSHD-CORE-0.9.0.201311081)" followed by a bunch of gibberish (in which case you are able to reach the server successfully), or whether you get an error message instead.

If that's working, then rule out whether your SSH key is the problem by running ssh -p 29418 dbaxps@review.openstack.org gerrit version and see whether you get back "gerrit version 2.8.4-15-g6dc8444" or an error like "Permission denied (publickey)."

If you're getting a permission denied, double-check that the username at https://review.openstack.org/#/settings/ is right and that your SSH key at https://review.openstack.org/#/settings/ssh-keys matches the contents of your ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub file.

The most likely cause is that you are on a network which has some sort of egress blocking firewall, or you're running local packet filtering software which is preventing you from opening remote connections to 29418/tcp. Can you confirm or try from another network/machine?

You can also test for this condition if you have netcat installed by running nc review.openstack.org 29418 and seeing whether you get back "SSH-2.0-GerritCodeReview_2.8.4-15-g6dc8444 (SSHD-CORE-0.9.0.201311081)" followed by a bunch of gibberish (in which case you are able to reach the server successfully), or whether you get an error message instead.

If that's working, then rule out whether your SSH key is the problem by running ssh -p 29418 dbaxps@review.openstack.org benbracha@review.openstack.org gerrit version and see whether you get back "gerrit version 2.8.4-15-g6dc8444" or an error like "Permission denied (publickey)."

If you're getting a permission denied, double-check that the username at https://review.openstack.org/#/settings/ is right and that your SSH key at https://review.openstack.org/#/settings/ssh-keys matches the contents of your ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub file.