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Can't SSH into DE10-Nano

davidhorowitz
Beginner
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Hello, 

 

I have a DE10-Nano rev. C. development board. I loaded the SD card with the most recent image:

 

https://downloadmirror.intel.com/26687/eng/de10-nano-image-angstrom-v2016.12.socfpga-sdimg.2017.03.3...

 

On Windows 10, I can connect to the board via serial connection with PuTTY and login fine. I run the "ifconfig" command and check the "eth0" inet addr and I can see ethernet is running and I can sucessfully ping the board at that address. However, when I try to SSH into the board with the command, "ssh root@whateveripaddress "  it always fails. I can successfully SSH into the board on my Linux machine, however but I need to be able to do this on windows.  

 

Thanks, 

 

-David 

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davidhorowitz
Beginner
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I figured out the issue was my computer was just unhappy connecting through a USB ethernet adapter plugged into a USB hub. I plugged the adapter directly into a USB port on the machine and it worked as expected. 

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hareesh
Employee
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Hi,

i think this video will help you on your issue.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WdO5VOQkl7s


sstrell
Honored Contributor III
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Are you running the Windows cmd shell in admin mode?  What error or failure are you seeing?

hareesh
Employee
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Hi,

can you share which document are you following


hareesh
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davidhorowitz
Beginner
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I figured out the issue was my computer was just unhappy connecting through a USB ethernet adapter plugged into a USB hub. I plugged the adapter directly into a USB port on the machine and it worked as expected. 

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