Used the same host, same command as I did a year and half ago. works fine with the same os version. now it just won't run.. could had the host been screwed up? [by justwanttotalk]
on 04/10/2013 – Made popular on 04/10/2013
I cannot get host-only networking to work from host to guest or guest to host using e.g. ping, netcat or ssh. Sshing fails timing out. No packets are seen when starting wireshark on the host interface vboxnet0. I can ping my guest ip (192.168.33.10) from the guest, but cannot ping my host vboxnet0 ip (192.168.33.1) from the host.
There seems to be a problem with my local dns server resolving
I know something about dns but obviously not enough to figure out what
might be wrong here or how to fix
this in bind configs. The SERVFAIL errors below seem to be related to
AAAA and MX queries for the domain.
Im trying to write a script using the host command but its not working properly. I cant understand what Im doing wrong. When I use it at the command prompt, it works fine. But its being used actually in the script, it says its not found: 2 SERVFAIL. Can anyone help me? Here's what I have so far: no matter which way I've tried it, its not reading the IP address.
I have a weird ssh problem from host A to host B. Both hosts A and B running AIX 5.3.
if host-A has no
~/.ssh/id_rsa then it works fine. If I connect from host-A to host-B (as root user)
ssh host-B it asks for root password and allows me to get remote root prompt upon entering password.
I have recently moved my Windows 2008 guest servers from OpenSuse 11.2 and Fedora 16 KVM host servers where they were working fine to a CentOS 6.2 KVM host. All the hosts have been configured with... [by Savaan]
my fedora 18 install came with bind and bind utils already,
when i query for example
host -t ns google.com
it shows me google nameservers, but when i try dig google.com and also dig for ns or mx i always get the same result no matter what option i give to dig.