The ‘no route to host’ error message may be displayed in the iOS app when you’re trying to connect to a host on a local network. To solve the issue, please, ensure that the ‘Local Network’ permission is enabled for Termius in the OS settings (see the steps below).
If that permission is disabled, it won't be possible to connect to hosts in local networks. Here’s more information on the ‘Local Network’ permission: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT211870.
- Go to the iOS settings.
- Find and tap Termius in the list of apps at the bottom.
- Turn on Local Network.
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