I want to open outbound port 22 on the server for a dedicated IP on same server, which of these syntax in CSF would be correct? why?
on 04/28/2012 – Made popular on 04/28/2012
Today I have read this question and answer (How does reverse SSH tunneling work?). I tried it out and it worked perfectly however I want to know one thing. Say I have a web server running on port 8000 and I forward that port to my receiving server.
I am a beginner in Linux security and now I solve this problem:
Deployed server emulates a service on port 80 in front of him is a firewall (other ip)
that separates this server and LAN and the external network. the iptables firewall to open a port for input to server.
Hope all Doing good,
we have a Dedicated server and its installed with proxmox VE 3.2, My Need is i want Protect my server and only i need to allow the specific port in the server, And i want to forward some of ports 22,80,443 to those VM's inside my dedicated server, if I'm accessing one of website which hosteed inside the vm i want to access it any were from the int
I'm running windows server 2008 r2 on a dell poweredge 2850. I have 2 NICs, one is configured behind a firewall with a dhcp server on the main local LAN and another one has it's own dedicated connection to one of our 13 static IPs.
So in a nutshell we have 2 of our static IPs going to this server, one indirectly through a firewall/dhcp server, and the other directly.
So I bought a dedicated server from staminus.net just for running a Minecraft server. On Minecraft, the default port is 25565. I am wondering how one makes it so that there is no port on the IP address for the Minecraft server. The reason I don't want a port is because I want to make an A Name record from my domain to the IP, as number IP addresses are hard to remember.