After i enabled the firewall (sudo ufw enable) in my Droplet, i can’t access it with ssh or rdp. When i open the recovery console i can’t type anything no matter how much time i wait for it to load.
The state of the console remains stable as shown in the picture. Recovery Console
Any help will be highly appreciated.
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That’s very weird, it stops right after it tries to load the kernel. I’ll recommend you to try and reboot the Droplet and then use the Recovery Console once more. If that persists, it might be an issue with the Droplet and I’ll recommend contacting DigitalOcean’s Support on the matter, they might be able to assist you more.
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Hope that helps! - KFSys.
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