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FARSHAD_A_Intel
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DevCloud Connectivity via PuTTY from inside Intel Network

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For some reason I no longer see connection instruction for Windows via PuTTY in DevCloud setup page. I am trying to connect via PuTTY while inside Intel VPN. how can I gain access to the information I need?

 

thanks

Farshad.

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RaeesaM_Intel
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Hi Farshad,

Guest session is used as a gateway while connecting to devcloud. In order to connect to devcloud without VPN , please follow the below steps:

 

1.      Use the same configuration of dev-guest under the “session” category and change the proxy type to “None” under the ConnectionàProxy category [ Refer image 1 and 2 ]

Save as new saved session and open

 

2.      Use the same configuration of dev-vpn under the “session” category and change the Telnet command / local proxy command to "C:\Program Files\PuTTY\plink.exe" -load [name of the session created in step 1] -nc %host:%port  under the ConnectionàProxy category [ Refer image 3 and 4 ]

Save as new saved session and open

 

Hope this works and get back to us in case of any issues.

 

Regards,

Raeesa

 

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AthiraM_Intel
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Hi,


Thanks for reaching out to us.


You can follow these steps to connect to DevCloud via putty under closed internet connection or proxy:

1)     Load your DevCloud access key to pageant

2)     Create a session ‘dev-guest’ in PuTTY with below configuration .

Under ‘Session’ on left category bar :

Hostname : guest@devcloud.intel.com , Port : 22

Connection type : SSH

Under ‘Connection’à’Proxy’ on left category bar:

Proxy type : SOCKS 5 , port : 1080

Proxy host name : proxy.jf.intel.com

Local proxy command : connect %host %port\n

3)     Save and open

4)     Create another session ‘dev-vpn’:

Under ‘Session’ on left category bar :

Hostname :uxxxxx@c009 , Port : 22

Connection type : SSH

Under ‘Connection’à’Proxy’ on left category bar :

Proxy type :Local, port : 80

Proxy host name : proxy

Local proxy command : "C:\Program Files\PuTTY\plink.exe" -load dev-guest -nc %host:%port

5)     Save and open to connect to DevCloud.


If you have any further issue, please let us know.


Thanks.



FARSHAD_A_Intel
Employee
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I am not able to load my DevCloud access key into pageant. It says it is an old format. How do I fix that?

 

Thanks

Farshad.

AthiraM_Intel
Moderator
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Hi,


Could you please download the key again and try to load to pageant.


Please follow the below steps:

  1. Download the DevCloud access key (https://devcloud.intel.com/oneapi/documentation/connect-with-ssh-windows-cygwin/)
  2. Generate key (.ppk) using PuTTYgen

a) Load DevCloud access key.

b) Click Generate and keep moving the mouse in the blank area until

generation is complete.

c) Enter a strong passphrase for key and confirm, then save the

private key.

d) Close PuTTYgen application.


3. Load the key to pageant.


Then follow the steps provided in the first post.


If you have any further issues, please let us know.


Thanks


FARSHAD_A_Intel
Employee
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Thank you. I figured it out. I can access using PuTTY's vpn session. Accessing via guest session is still being troubleshoot. I suppose that is for accessing when VPN is not active. But not able to get it to work.

I do see the vpn session actually calls the guest session and it works fine. So, there is one purpose for the guest session. But it would be good if I can get it to work outside VPN.

 

thanks

Farshad.

RaeesaM_Intel
Moderator
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Hi Farshad,

Guest session is used as a gateway while connecting to devcloud. In order to connect to devcloud without VPN , please follow the below steps:

 

1.      Use the same configuration of dev-guest under the “session” category and change the proxy type to “None” under the ConnectionàProxy category [ Refer image 1 and 2 ]

Save as new saved session and open

 

2.      Use the same configuration of dev-vpn under the “session” category and change the Telnet command / local proxy command to "C:\Program Files\PuTTY\plink.exe" -load [name of the session created in step 1] -nc %host:%port  under the ConnectionàProxy category [ Refer image 3 and 4 ]

Save as new saved session and open

 

Hope this works and get back to us in case of any issues.

 

Regards,

Raeesa

 

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FARSHAD_A_Intel
Employee
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it works. thanks.

Farshad.

RaeesaM_Intel
Moderator
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Hi Farshad,


Thank you for accepting the solution. We would no longer be monitoring this thread. Please raise a new query incase of any further issues.


Regards,

Raeesa


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