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    SSH problem??


    Hi guys just having a minor problem connecting to various servers on my network via SSH.

    All IP's on my network are static IP's that I've set.
    DHCP is at: 192.168.1.1
    Subnet: 255.255.255.0

    Source IP that I'm trying to SSH from is 192.168.1.2 (My MacMini)

    I have 2 servers that I SSH into both running CentOS.
    One I have no problem with: 192.168.1.102
    But the other I can't seem to get to: 192.168.1.103

    The strange thing is I can only get to it once I ssh into my .102 server. Then ssh from there to my .103 server.

    It started breaking down about a few days ago when I installed my VPN server. Could this be causing the problem?? I can access the VPN interface both internally (with a local ip) and externally (outside from the Internet). But why can't I ssh to it from my local network? I've set the subnet for the VPN to be the same as my network.

    Does anyone else have this same problem?? Any input would be appreciated.

    Thanks
    -Lazyye

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    can you please post the output of

    ifconfig
    and
    netstat -tunap | grep LISTEN | grep ssh
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