Machine not responding to incoming connections
I have a two FreeBSD servers running with static IP's. They were running fine until I had a power failure yesterday. I restarted them, fsck'ed everything and everything looks good.
However, I cannot connect to these boxes from outside my network.
I have a Ubuntu machine on the same network with a static IP that receives incoming connections without any problem (ssh/http etc).
The two freebsd machines WILL receive connections on the static IP, but it has to be sent from within the network. So I they can connect to each other and any machine within the subnet can connect to the server. However, nothing OUTSIDE the network can connect to these two freebsd machines. The Ubuntu machine is receiving connections fine so I'm not sure what the problem is. I don't have any firewalls running IPFW is disabled.
Since the Linux machine is working, I don't think it is a router issue. When I do a netstat I can see that there are incoming connections, but they seem to be stuck in the SYN_RCVD state.
Last edited by vi5in; 27th October 2009 at 09:02 PM.
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