I recently changed my ISP - DSL provider, a new static IP, and now
having problems ssh'ing in, none before.
My config ==>

    ==>  Hub____LAN machine(1)
           |____LAN machine(2)
           |____LAN machine(n)

The LAN side machines are configured w/ NAT and the mapping are
unchanged, using 192.168.x.n etc. The WAN side is configured correctly,
I think. I can access the internet from the LAN, SSH & Telnet. However I
cannot telnet or SSH into the LAN and the Port mappings are the same as
before??? The only change has been to the Gateway configuration, IP #,
DNS & subnetmask.

I am using the SMC barricade router,SMC7004ABR, w/ an
Admin GUI, according to the GUI the IP has been updated.
I can ping the gateway, it is seen by nslookup, there is no hostname
assigned so there should be no resolver issues I think

ftp or ssh to the IP followed by the :assigned public port ==>
No address associated with hostname

I 've made the requisite changes to the
defaultrouter="nnn.xxx.yy.zz" in the /etc/rc.conf file inserting the
gateway IP LAN address here. Are there any files that may contain the
Old IP # and may require changing?

What am I missing?
--  Joe  --


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