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Unable to ssh into sandbox using putty

  • #53014
    Aditya Sastry


    I have downloaded the sandbox for VMWare workstation. I have workstation 10 running. Now when I run it am able to see the sandbox page in browser @ But I can’t ssh into my sandbox, I tried They all return the same “Connection refused error”.

    Please help me resolve this problem. Thank you in advance.

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  • #55541

    Hi Aditya,

    Please try ssh root@ -p 2222


    Raj Rajabhathor

    Downloaded 2.3 and tried logging in to my sandbox – connection refused

    I have several VMs and even an earlier version of hdp 2.2 – but when I try ssh-ing into newly installed 2.3 I get the same error as reported above – Connection timeout (from another Centos VM set up for SPark) or Connection refused (from Putty Windows)

    My new 2.3 vm’s ip happens to be

    Advise please? Thanks in advance!


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