Cant Access SSH after install SSL


#1

I cant access my server via ssh after i installing lets encrypt ssl by following step in this article: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-secure-nginx-with-let-s-encrypt-on-ubuntu-16-04


#2

SSH or SSL?

Installing an ACME client and setting up a certificate shouldn’t possibly be able to break SSH, unless your SSH server is using port 443.


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#3

Im using this ssh command:
ssh <user_name>@<server_ip>

and the return give connection timeout. its really strange because its never happen before I install the ssl certificate using the step in article above.


#4

Can you log in via the web console? (assuming you’re actually using Digital Ocean as opposed to just following their tutorial)


#5

That article mentions:

  • sudo ufw allow …
  • sudo ufw delete allow …

Perhaps you had a TYPO and deleted the allowed SSH access.


#6

actually even using digitalocean web console its returning timeout, im trying reach their support team too, hope that they could find out whats wrong with my configuration because I do actually the same as the article explain


#7

Maybe the UFW deleted all the allows.
[blocking everyone from everything]


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