"No route to host" - ssh on fedora
I'm not exactly a newbie to linux, but I'm no expert either. I've got user level experience on debian based distros but no more.
My problem is that I'm not able to ssh within my lan on fedora. I have two desktops and a laptop (all running mint debian till yesterday when I switched one desktop and the laptop to fedora) connected to a router (belkin router in which I've made no changes since previously). Desktop A runs fedora, while desktop B runs Mint xfce. I am able to ssh from desktop A to B without any trouble but when I try to connect to my laptop (running fedora and connects via wireless) I get the "no route to host" error. I have tried slotting in the ethernet cable and trying, but get the same error.
I've enabled the ssh checkbox on the firewall and started up openssh-server on both systems. I am able to ping from desktop A to the laptop and the other way round without any problems. I've tried hunting around on google, but all the explanations are a little above my head.
I would be very grateful for any help in getting this problem resolved.
Last edited by Inkit; 11-03-2012 at 10:42 PM.