I was learning to configure a Debian server and familiarising myself with the common command lines.
However, after executing the
reboot command in SSH, my subsequent SSH connections were refused and I have total no access to the server.
I was able to
ping the server. I attempted to reboot through the Google cloud interface too, however I was still unable to connect successfully.
Having this as a cloud server, I do not have any physical access to the server. The solution that I seem to see are to reconfigure the SSH settings which I can't without logging in.
What are the possible alternatives I have now or recreating a new instance is the only solution?