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I am using ubuntu10.10 for sometime and few months back I did setup another linux machine with Cenots5. I used to connect to the Centos5 machine from my ubuntu via ssh and used to transfer files using scp.
Recently I upgraded the Centos5 machine with centos6.3.
Now that I did all the setting as before in the Centos6.3 machine and tried to ssh from Centos to Ubunut, but it fails to connect.
I get message as :
ssh: connect to host 192.168.168.115 port 22: No route to host
Can anyone help to solve this issue?
Thanks in advance.