Most firewalls won't let you connect to the external address assigned to the firewall from inside. The solution to that for most is to add a line to /etc/hosts that short cuts the lookup to po... [by TrevorH]
on 07/14/2012 – Made popular on 07/14/2012
I've been trying to work through an example in the Apache Cookbook (2004 edition but the Apache manual directive descriptions for 2.2 and 2.4 seem identical) that shows where one can have named virtual hosts accessed through one IP address and others accessed via a different IP address.
I have a group of virtual hosts that I want to be accessible to the general public (the firewall will direct po
i using TMG (threat management gateway) firewall at my web server. when i try to use Curl from outside, this firewall was blocked the connection. what rule/setting that i need to create at TMG to allow it.
the error state as below :
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On a LAN each computer is assigned a different IP address each morning. When I installed Kubuntu 12.10 the IP address assigned to the machine was '10.0.0.2', but today it is '10.0.0.1'. When I try to connect to 'http://127.0.0.1' in a web browser I see in the status bar 'Connecting to 10.0.0.2'.
I'm trying to convert an old Pentium III I had lying around into a firewall and decided to use Devil Linux. I have a dual port adapter I'm using to connect to my router and my desktop on eth0 and eth1, respectively.
I'm on a corporate computer that is behind a very restrictive firewall, and trying to connect to my home computer.
I configured my router to forward port 80 to 3389 (RDP port). My idea was to try to connect with port 80 since the regular RDP port might be blocked.
However I found out that it's not working.
Now I dont often have to mess with my local network but I have an application which needs to use dns lookup to find another PC on my local lan (it assumes anything in its config to be a name and not an IP address!)) so what I thought I could do was to add the relevant name and IP address to my /etc/hosts file and after a restart any request for the defined host name would be returned the IP addres
Is it possible to add scripts (like curl) to /etc/hosts? I am trying to set up a subdomain over ddns, and it's really hard to update my /etc//hosts file on the fly when my IP address updates without my knowledge. Thanks in advance.