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I have a computer with CentOS (computer A) that configured as has an private ip 10.150.5.141 (with restricted firewall), can access internet and my ArchLinux VPS (computer B) with real ip w.x.y.z
How can I make another pc (computer C) that could access computer B to connect to computer A, but computer C cannot connect to computer A directly (because it's on A's own private network)?
I know that
I have 2 computers in a LAN environment (I will refer to them as computer A and computer B) and I want to be able log into computer B via computer A.
I have a VNC client on computer A and I have installed vnc4server on computer B.
I have been running a web server for a while. It is hosted using lamp on a computer that I have running Ubuntu and has worked fine until recently.
I got a computer that runs Windows 8 to use as my regular computer so that I can isolate all of my development stuff onto my Linux computer.
I have my desktop computer connected to my TV via a HDMI cable. Being like this for the past two years without issues.
Recently, my TV is not detecting the computer and I'll need to restart my computer one or two time in order for the TV to detect the signal from the computer.
OS: Windows 7
Computer Video: AMD Radeon HD 6500 Series
TV: Samsung PND8000
Anyone know what's wrong?
I recently configured my computers to not allow password login and only allow publickey access.
Prior to this using passwords I was able, on my home network, to:
Using computer 1, ssh into computer 2
While logged into computer 2, ssh into computer 3
When I try this now, I get
Permission denied (publickey,keyboard-interactive)
I tried copying the private-key of computer 1 to computer 2'
I connected Computer C to Computer A through Windows ICS (Internet Connection Sharing). Win7 (A) assigns an IP address to C. As expected, computer C now has access to the internet.
My problem is this, I am able to ping computer C from computer A.
I have the following network schema:
Computer A: three nics:
NIC 1 (eth0): dhcp, public internet
NIC 2 (eth1): static 192.168.1.1, gateway for Computer B
NIC 3 (eth2): static 192.168.2.1, gateway for Computer C
Computer B: static 192.168.1.2, using gateway 192.168.1.1 (NIC 2).
Computer C: static 192.168.2.2, using gateway 192.168.2.1 (NIC 3).
So I applied this to get NAT workin
I'm using SSH to access a computer on my LAN- call it computer B.
I book marked computer B on my main computer (call it compute A).
Then, I unmounted computer B from computer A.
I thought that would prevent me from easily getting access to computer B again without going through the Places----->Connect to Server routine.
I tried installing CentOS 6.3 on my computer only to see a complaint that my computer doesn't have PAE. I am not sure if my computer has it and it's just disabled or if it doesn't have PAE at all.
I am using Mageia 2 right now and I want to check if I can turn it on (in case it's off) or if my computer doesn't have it.
My current computer is an IBM ThinkPad X32.