-------- Original Message --------
 On February 18, 2018 12:32 AM, Yedidyah Bar David <d...@redhat.com> wrote:

>On Fri, Feb 16, 2018 at 5:50 AM, Alex Bartonek a...@unix1337.com wrote:
>>-------- Original Message --------
>> On February 15, 2018 12:52 AM, Yedidyah Bar David d...@redhat.com wrote:
>>>On Wed, Feb 14, 2018 at 9:20 PM, Alex Bartonek a...@unix1337.com wrote:
>>>>-------- Original Message --------
>>>> On February 14, 2018 2:23 AM, Yedidyah Bar David d...@redhat.com wrote:
>>>>>On Wed, Feb 14, 2018 at 5:20 AM, Alex Bartonek a...@unix1337.com wrote:
>>>>>>I've built and rebuilt about 4 oVirt servers.  Consider myself pretty good
>>>>>> at this.  LOL.
>>>>>> So I am setting up a oVirt server for a friend on his r710.  CentOS 7, 
>>>>>> ovirt
>>>>>> 4.2.   /etc/hosts has the correct IP and FQDN setup.
>>>>>> When I build a VM and try to open a console session via  SPICE I am 
>>>>>> unable
>>>>>> to connect to the graphic server.  I'm connecting from a Windows 10 box.
>>>>>> Using virt-manager to connect.
>>>>>> What happens when you try?
>>>>>> Unable to connect to the graphic console is what the error says.  Here 
>>>>>> is the .vv file other than the cert stuff in it:
>>>>>> [virt-viewer]
>>>>>> type=spice
>>>>>> host=192.168.1.83
>>>>>> port=-1
>>>>>> password=<removed>
>>>>>> Password is valid for 120 seconds.
>>>>>>
>>>>>delete-this-file=1
>>>> fullscreen=0
>>>> title=Win_7_32bit:%d
>>>> toggle-fullscreen=shift+f11
>>>> release-cursor=shift+f12
>>>> tls-port=5900
>>>> enable-smartcard=0
>>>> enable-usb-autoshare=1
>>>> usb-filter=-1,-1,-1,-1,0
>>>> tls-ciphers=DEFAULT
>>>>host-subject=O=williams.com,CN=randb.williams.com
>>>> Port 5900 is listening by IP on the server, so that looks correct.  I shut 
>>>> the firewall off just in case it was the issue..no go.
>>>>Did you verify that you can connect there manually (e.g. with telnet)?
>>> Can you run a sniffer on both sides to make sure traffic passes correctly?
>>> Can you check vdsm/libvirt logs on the host side?
>>>Ok.. I must have tanked it on install with the firewall.  The firewall is 
>>>blocking port 5900.  This is on CentOS 7.  If I flush the rules, it works.
>>
>
> Thanks for the report.
>
> Did you choose to have firewall configured automatically, or did you
> configure it yourself?


I did configure the host to manage the firewall.  Just to make sure, I deleted 
the host, recreated and still had the issue.  I ended up making the firewall 
rule manually which took care of it.  Never had to do that before.

-Alex
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