While trying to ping or connect a remote host I can an error “no route to host”. How can I debug this error and solve it?
As we know IP networks are constructed hop by hop which means there are different intermediate routers transmit packets between two remote hosts. These routers decides the route to the destination according to their routing tables. If destination route do not exists in the routers routing table it will return “no route to host error” with icmp protocol.
An alternative to this situation is an intermediate firewall is blocking access to the destination and sends back no route message.
$ traceroute 184.108.40.206
Look traceroute and see where is the problem in this situation there is no problem so we can access to the 220.127.116.11