Maybe you're exporting the content of your secondary storage via NFS
consolidated on your managemenent host.
But you should also have an SSVM running which mounts your share and
manages downloads etc.
As Sergey already mentioned, login to that SSVM and check the network
connectivity from inside your SSVM.
Am Dienstag, den 11.10.2016, 11:06 +0800 schrieb Oreki Hōtarō:
> Forgot to mention that my secondary storage is on the management
> server, as
> in I'm using a single machine as host and ssvm. Maybe the settings
> different? Ssh into host means I'm ssh to myself which does nothing.
> I've checked the other 3 things, all passed so far. Also, I've
> noticed that
> local link, root@locallink will give me the no route to host error
> root@ssvmprivateIP will give me connection timed out error.
> On Tue, Oct 11, 2016 at 10:16 AM, Sergey Levitskiy <
> sergey.levits...@autodesk.com> wrote:
> > You need to check route from SSVM to the website hosting the ISO
> > over ACS
> > public network. SSH to SSVM using instructions here
> > http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19812463/how-to-ssh-
> > into-cloudstack-ssvm-through-public-ip-address
> > and try to:
> > 1. Check name resolution
> > 2. Check basic connectivity e.g. PING
> > 3. Try to curl to ISO to see if you can establish HTTP session