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Problem connect to new kimsufi server


'Alfred'
25/03/2016, 19h15
reinistall better

RoyWasHere
23/03/2016, 13h42
Citation Envoyé par nowwhat
It's the other way around : a bare (non-expensive) Microsoft server license does not, for example, includes MSSQL ..... or a full swing web server (I'm NOT talking about a the cripled IIS server).

Microsoft might offer the same functionality, but I assure you, there will be a price tag.
It wasn't a complaint Just expected the GUI instead of the bare-knuckle thing

Now sweating to get java running

nowwhat
23/03/2016, 12h48
Citation Envoyé par RoyWasHere
I need to get used to Unix lingo: in Windows "Server" means "everything you might need". In Unix "Server" means "only what is needed". The latter omits all not needed directly. .....
It's the other way around : a bare (non-expensive) Microsoft server license does not, for example, includes MSSQL ..... or a full swing web server (I'm NOT talking about a the cripled IIS server).

Most Linux (and FreeBSD, and others) based servers use a syntax like this :
apt-get instal program-to-launch-nuck-war-heads
and you'll be able to launch the nukes.
Worlds best (most used) web server (actually, several brands exists) : they are free, scalable from 1 to 1 billion users - the same thing goes for a SQL database - or even better : worlds best mail server : postfix.
Microsoft might offer the same functionality, but I assure you, there will be a price tag.

RoyWasHere
23/03/2016, 11h51
I need to get used to Unix lingo: in Windows "Server" means "everything you might need". In Unix "Server" means "only what is needed". The latter omits all not needed directly.

Putty helped to gain access to the machine.

Tried installing the ubuntu desktop (apt-get install ubuntu-desktop), but this generated some errors, and I was unable to start gdm/gnome/kde.
Having tried all sorts of things, I decided to re-install the OS from scratch (using the Kimsufi website), but this time I opted for the Ubuntu desktop version (and NOT the server version ;-)

Then I logged on (using putty), and installed xrdp (sudo apt-get install xrdp). This installed without issues.

I used Windows RDP (on my local machine) to go to the ip address of my Kimsufi machine: presto! GUI interface!

nowwhat
21/03/2016, 20h17
Use Putty : latest version from the original site : http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~s.../download.html
Do NOT use telnet (an ancient protocol, dating from the last century) - btw : telnet is using port 23 - but, a telnet server is never pre-installed by OVH (KS) .....

Btw : server ns321838.ip-213-251-186.eu isn't replying on its "22" (SSH) port ....

"Windows' RDP." on a non-windows server ? That will never work.

Code:
81 (web interface rescue) OK
Yes, but do not point telnet to it, bur your web browser like chrome, firefgox or IE.
Like this
http://ns321838.ip-213-251-186.eu:81

RoyWasHere
21/03/2016, 16h12
trying with an SSH terminal

ERROR: Server does not support diffie-hellman-group1-sha1 for keyexchange
at GranadosRT.Routrek.SSHCV2.KeyExchanger.CheckAlgori thmSupport(String title, String data, String algorithm_name)
at GranadosRT.Routrek.SSHCV2.KeyExchanger.ProcessKEXI NIT(SSH2Packet packet)
at GranadosRT.Routrek.SSHCV2.KeyExchanger.Synchronous KexExchange()
at GranadosRT.Routrek.SSHCV2.SSH2Connection.DoConnect (AbstractSocket target)
at GranadosRT.Routrek.SSHCV2.SSH2Connection.ConnectMa in(SSHConnectionParameter param, ISSHConnectionEventReceiver recei
ver, ProtocolNegotiationHandler pnh, AbstractSocket s)
at TerminalEmulator.TerminalRTControl.d__e.Mov eNext()
Connection closed.
Connection closed.

roy@lucke.fr
21/03/2016, 15h10
VJ,

I seem to have the same issue. I tried telnet, but also Windows' RDP. Both ways: not the screen/prompt I want to see.

Telnet
ends in a quick:
Connecting To ...Could not open connection to the host, on port 23: Connect failed

telnet 22
ends in
SSH-2.0-OpenSSH_6.6.1p1 Ubuntu-2ubuntu2.6

but nothing else.

How did you solve?

Vjsoria
21/09/2015, 17h40
I just installed my new Kimsufi server, but I can not connect via SSH, I get the following


vjsoria@marvel ~ $ ssh ns321838.ip-213-251-186.eu
ssh: connect to host ns321838.ip-213-251-186.eu port 22: Connection timed out
I tested with different distributions(Fedora 22, Fedora 21 and Centos 7) and the result is the same.

I tried to use rescue mode and the result is the same.

Using telnet:


vjsoria@marvel ~ $ telnet ns321838.ip-213-251-186.eu 81
Trying ns321838.ip-213-251-186.eu...
Connected to ns321838.ip-213-251-186.eu.
Escape character is '^]'.
^C Connection closed by foreign host.

vjsoria@marvel ~ $ telnet ns321838.ip-213-251-186.eu 23
Trying ns321838.ip-213-251-186.eu...
telnet: Unable to connect to remote host:
Connection refused

vjsoria@marvel ~ $ telnet ns321838.ip-213-251-186.eu 22
Trying ns321838.ip-213-251-186.eu...
telnet: Unable to connect to remote host:
Connection timed out

Note the difference in the result using different ports:
81 (web interface rescue) OK
23 fast refuse OK
22 time out

I can not access the server even in rescue mode, I need your help.

Thanks.