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2019-01-15 16:18:25 -0500 asked a question Packstack installation fail ssh port


I have configured the ssh port to 5555 (to be accessed externally) instead of the default port: 22.

When trying to install packstack --allinone in CentOS 7 with queens I received the error:

*[root@localhost ~]# sudo packstack --allinone

Welcome to the Packstack setup utility The installation log file is available at: /var/tmp/packstack/20190115-182726-98Wkux/openstack-setup.log

Parameter CONFIG_CONTROLLER_HOST failed validation: Given host does not listen on port 22:

ERROR : Failed handling answer file: Given host does not listen on port 22:

Please check log file /var/tmp/packstack/20190115-182726-98Wkux/openstack-setup.log for more information*

I can´t get an --anser-file as I get the same error.

Do you know if it possible to run the packstack installation when using a different default ssh port?

Thank you in advance

2018-10-29 18:16:39 -0500 asked a question Cannot access fedora through SSH

Hello all,

Starting the RHOSP10 course.

I am pretty new on neutron and I found a problem: I have created two networks connected to one router, one publc and one private. I have deployed one Fedora instance and I have associated one floating IP from the public network to it.

The fedora instance is created succesfully and I can even access to it through the Horizon dashboard, using the console (I cannot login, as you need to log in first using SSH with the Key).

The problem is that I cannot log in by SSH; I get error: No route to host. I have enabled the SSH and ICMP in the security group and cannot SSH or ping from the controller node.

I think should be a stupid missing thing I missed in the configuration...Could you please give me a clue?

Thank you in advance.

Best regards,