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account_circle Joe
My windows OS can ping the IP for the VM. However, when I try to connect in windows through SQLA I can not get it to ping, and I get the login error... I realize you say that it is because the service has not started yet, but what does that mean? how can I establish the connection? I am also on a bridged connection.
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account_circle Raymond
@Joe Can you try the following command to start your service in VM? /etc/init.d/tpa start Could you please also parse the status of Teradata service if it cannot be started successfully? The command you can use to check service status is: pdestate –a
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person Joe access_time 4 years ago
Re:Connect to Teradata Virtual Machine Guest from Windows Host

My windows OS can ping the IP for the VM. However, when I try to connect in windows through SQLA I can not get it to ping, and I get the login error... I realize you say that it is because the service has not started yet, but what does that mean? how can I establish the connection? I am also on a bridged connection.
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