Keep getting an error about connection reset by peer

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    road hazard
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    All PCs are physical, no virtual.

    PC 1 is running Endeavour OS (Arch based distro) Cinnamon desktop

    PC 2 is running Windows 10 Pro

    PC 3 is running Endeavour OS Cinnamon desktop

    PC 4 is running Linux Mint 19.1

    I can use NoMachine to connect FROM PC 1 to the other 3 computers with no problem.

    PC 2, 3 and 4 can connect into each other but none of them can connect into PC 1. I keep getting ‘error 104, connection reset by peer. PC 1 is a fresh install of Endeavour OS (like PC 3) and both are fully up to date (pacman -Syu).

    PC 1 and 3 are running fresh installs of Endeavour OS. Extremely weird that one can’t accept connection but the other can. Same OS.

    Emailing logs as soon as I finish typing this up.

    Thanks

     

    #23396
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    mlyn
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    Hello,

    I was checking provided logs, there I see that nxnode process crash when you try to connect.

    Please check if a core file was dumped (usually in the user’s home directory). If you find it, use the instructions here to get a backtrace: https://www.nomachine.com/AR09L00810.

    When NoMachine initializes audio, this key is being changed: “AudioInterface” to “disabled” in /usr/NX/etc/node.cfg
    allowing you to connect, but without audio.

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