I have imported a VM (160gb CentOS7 guest, Hyper-V Host) the new google cloud vm has a GEC ip of
x.x.x.203. I can connect to the source machine
g.g.g.209via ssh port 22 and it responds to pings, (i.e. firewalls on the CentOS source are configured fine). However I can connect to the new instance in the google cloud only via web console (or port 80 i.e.
http://x.x.x.203 resolves correctly). Other than that
x.x.x.203 has No ping. No port 22 response at all. No gcloud compute response on my desktop machine. ssh or
gcloud compute only work via the web panels, and then they DO work. So logins are working on
I have altered the firewalls on google cloud but they seem to be blocking this inbound requests (NB: ping and ssh 22 are both unresponsive from the wider net) do I need to set up some sort of routing? My other non imported servers all work via ssh fine under the same
default rules here are my rules. Like I say they work for the other 3 servers not for the import.
allow-fivefiveeight default INGRESS 1000 tcp:558 ce-replicator-rule default INGRESS 1000 tcp:1500 cloudendure-network-1136892c-allow-http cloudendure-network-1136892c INGRESS 1000 tcp:80 default-allow-http default INGRESS 1000 tcp:80 default-allow-https default INGRESS 1000 tcp:443 default-allow-icmp default INGRESS 65534 icmp default-allow-internal default INGRESS 65534 tcp:0-65535,udp:0-65535,icmp default-allow-rdp default INGRESS 65534 tcp:3389 default-allow-ssh default INGRESS 65534 tcp:22 sg-for-instance-i-44444477777-1136892c cloudendure-network-1136892c INGRESS 1000 tcp:443,tcp:80,tcp:22,tcp:3389
I have googled this to death for 24 hours. Please help?
Why is "external" access to this server unavailable? While available on the source machine?