On Sun, Jan 26, 2020 at 8:09 PM Jay Vaughn <jeffersonvaughn@xxxxxxxxx>
wrote:


Ping no replies. (Though this proves nothing like you say because pings to
other servers we can sftp to also gets no replies).


Exactly, and it's even possible your own network disallows ping responses
inbound as they can be used in DOS.


Traceroute confirmed to our network engineer the traffic was making it off
our server.

Remember, we can connect to other vendors from this lpar using same sftp
method.


Yes, but of course, it is good to try, because sometimes it is a matter of,
"Hmm, we could connect to other vendors *yesterday*, but today ..." :)


I think I will compare the traceroute between the no love server and a
well know server as you suggest or even a server we can connect to. That
could be enlightening.


Compare the traceroute from your prod LPAR which fails to connect to the
target with the traceroute from the dev/qa LPARs that successfully connect
to the target.

That will cinch the matter completely, I should think.


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