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[ PCA 3.x ] Unable To Connect To Or Display Compute Instance ("VM") Console (Doc ID 3000722.1)

Last updated on APRIL 19, 2024

Applies to:

Private Cloud Appliance X9-2 - Version Not Applicable to Not Applicable [Release NA]
Linux x86-64


The Product Documentation identifies how to create and connect to the console of a Compute Instance (also known as "Virtual Machine", "VM") to troubleshoot issues within it.

However, there are caveats that require further expertise to resolve.




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In this Document
 Section 1) Case where a LinuxOS server is being used as a Bastion Server to provide VNC connections
 1) The data centre network was not allowing connection to the VNC port numbers 59nn
 1.1) Brief instructions to implement TigerVNC on an Oracle Linux 8 server
 Section 2) Case where a Microsoft Windows is directly connecting to a console
 2.1) Incorrect key generated
 2.2) Incorrect connection string
 2.3) Invoking the ssh tunnel and opening the VNC console connection

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