Im having a weird issue with ssh from a cisco 1941 to a cisco 1941, it used to work fine, but now it hangs...we have two routers at each site, one primary with an EOC connection to the network, and the other a backup 3G wireless connection to the network, both routers are connected to a switch and HSRP is running between them, due to recent ISP changes, the 3G network went down and has now come back up, so i need to reset the modems to force them to authenticate with our network blar blar blar
My issue is that when i issue a "ssh 10.x.x.x" (LAN IP of the 3G router) it just hangs, i can ping the address fine, there is no access-class set on any VTY lines, transport input ssh is set on both routers and no transport in or output set on either.
Type escape sequence to abort.
Sending 5, 100-byte ICMP Echos to 10.0.80.3, timeout is 2 seconds:
Success rate is 100 percent (5/5), round-trip min/avg/max = 1/1/1 ms
Here's the thing though, if i RDP to the Site DC and SSH from that server to the 3G router it works fine, i can then even initiate a ssh session to the primary router from the 3G router, i can then jump back on the primary router and establish an SSH session to the 3G router!
Ok, sorted, i had ip ssh source address set to a loopback, the 3G router never knew how to get back to the source, when the 3G connection was brought up, ssh went all the way back through the core to the primary routers ip ssh source address!
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