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2 days ago · Two of the nodes, Node A and Node B connect to each other over port 5701 via telnet. However, there is a third node (Node C). When Node C tries to connect to Node A via telnet, it works. However, when Node C tries to connect to Node B via telnet it results in Connection Refused. telnet connection refused - Unix If the connection is still refused, check to see if the telnet line is commented out in /etc/inetd.conf. If it is, uncomment it, and then send inetd a HUP signal. If problems persist - please post the telnet line from your /etc/inetd.conf. Cisco Router Telnet Connection Refused - Network

Telnet: Unable to Connect to Remote Host: Connection Refused

When a connection is attempted to an IP:port where nothing is listening, the response from the remote system to the initial SYN packet is a packet with the flags RST,ACK set. This closes the connection and causes the Connection Refused message e.g. $ sudo tcpdump -n host 192.0.2.1 and port 22222 DD-WRT Forum :: View topic - Connection refused on Telnet Jul 31, 2016

I was trying to get Hadoop working in standalone mode on my MBP (OS 10.9.5), but I kept getting "connection refused" errors. I found that telnet localhost 9000 gives the same error, which is what I was told to try as a diagnostic. The same thing happens if I try 127.0.0.1 instead of localhost, or if I try ftp instead of telnet.

Re: Telnet connection refused by router I would have said it was an access-class in the vty lines, but you say that it only takes a reboot to gain access again. Maybe there is no access-class on vty 0, and there is one on vty 1 onwards. When a connection is attempted to an IP:port where nothing is listening, the response from the remote system to the initial SYN packet is a packet with the flags RST,ACK set. This closes the connection and causes the Connection Refused message e.g. $ sudo tcpdump -n host 192.0.2.1 and port 22222