[GRLUG] SSH to Raspberry Pi
L. V. Lammert
lvl at omnitec.net
Wed Dec 12 14:28:34 EST 2012
On Wed, 12 Dec 2012, John Wesorick wrote:
> Just a thought. Change the port on the router. Some routers will not route
> port 22, as they use it themselves for remote configuration. Also, just
> double-check that no-ip has the correct IP address.
Do you have access to a Linux box? The best way to figure it out what is
open on the router is to run nmap against the public IP - that will tell
you what ports are open the router for sure.
You can also telnet to that IP & port number, and you will see a response
telnet <host> <port>
Connected to <host>.
Escape character is '^]'.
This indicates the port is open, and there is an ssh server responding.
If you don't have access to a linux box, sent the hostname to me directly
and I'd be happy to run nmap against it.
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