Hello,I have configured NFS Server on CentOS 5.2 with IBM Web Server,which is having AIX 5.3The IBM Web Server can upload all data onto NFS Server. Now, Today i was having s... [by nishithvyas]
on 02/16/2010 – Made popular on 02/16/2010
I have a problem when trying to upload (ftp) a file to a specific server.
In detail, I have 6 PCs with Ubuntu 8.10 that are on the internet with different IPs. One of the machines is the server that I use to upload and download files using the rest of the machines.
I'm serving my website using Nginx as web server.
I offer upload functionality to my users (they are allowed to submit pictures up to 5Mb) so I have the directive: client_max_body_size 5M; in my server config.
What I've noticed is that if I try to upload any file the webserver does not prevent the upload of bigger files.
I have a DMZ server set up to forward specific ports to a couple of machines. The intended behavior is for me to send a request to the DMZ on a specific port, and have the machine that's inaccessible publicly respond with data.
OK, I'm trying to 'learn' Server 2003. It's a home network, so is probably configured a little unusually. The router is a Virgin SuperHub and acts as DHCP (so clients can access internet without server necessarily being powered up) but has reserved IPs for every client (including the server).
I'm running a CentOS Server with iptables to control ports. Today I scanned a server of a friend with nmap and results ended up with "All ports are filtered". I know there are something like 40 ports open, but they don't show up. So my question is, how can I do the same on my server. I don't want people to scan and see open ports on my server.