OpenVPN not Routing correctly on CentOS 6view story

http://serverfault.com – I am trying to set up OpenVPN 2.2.1 on my CentOS 6.2 VPS. This is my first time setting up, and everything went smoothly. The service is running, and the client is able to connect. My intention is to forward all my traffic from the client, to my VPS, to the internet. However, I am met with a problem. When pinging the VPS IP, everything works fine. (HowTos)

VirtualBox with aMule - How to configure network, port forwarding... properly?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – for security reasons I am running aMule inside VirtualBox. Guest and Host systems are Linux (to be more specific Arch 64 distro) Host system has public ip directly connected to internet (no router) Guest System I almost pure after installation (no iptables, etc only VirtualBox addons) I'd like to setup three ports for aMule: 4884, 4885, 4887 I'd love to use NAT VirtualBox interface, if possible (HowTos)

CentOS 5.8 NAT ICMP unreachable problemview story

https://www.centos.org – Hi,I have a CentOS 5.8 set up as a NAT router between network A and Network B in a test environment, like so:eth0 (NETWORK B) <==> CENTOS <==> eth1 (NETWORK A) &... [by kenneth_phough] (Distributions)

Remote access from an Ubuntu desktop on internal LAN over internet to Ubuntu machine on another LANview story

http://askubuntu.com – This question is prompted by another question here. Now I use teamviewer to connect to a Ubuntu desktop in a customer's LAN from my LAN. (HowTos)

[xfce] iptables firewall and wicdview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hallo, I installed a generated firewall script, but now wicd does no more connect to my router via wlan0. I have to switch off the firewall, wait until wicd connects and then start the firewall again. Which ports do I have to open? (Hardware)

linux firewall + load balance ISP connectionsview story

http://serverfault.com – I'm trying to get a linux Mint computer with 4 NIC's to act as a load balance server. (HowTos)

IPTables Proxy NATview story

http://serverfault.com – I am trying to create a proxy NAT that will forward a port to a remote host. I have two interfaces: venet0:0 and venet0:18. I want to be able to forward connections from venet0:18 to venet0:0 and then out to a remote host. I have tried this: http://www.debian-administration.org/articles/595 and it does work but I cannot get it to forward the packets through my other interface (venet0:0). (HowTos)

Deciphering IPSEC errorsview story

http://serverfault.com – I have a host I am trying to setup for ipsec. But I am finding some errors in the log that don't make much sense to me. The system are Rhel 5.5 boxes. I followed RHEL's IPSec deployment directions to setup a host to host IPSec connection between hosts on two different LAN's. One host has a bonded interface. After running tcpdump I don't see any traffic going to the second host. (HowTos)

Iptables: how to redirect port 80 only for a specific domainview story

http://serverfault.com – sorry for the title, but im such a newbie in server configurations. (HowTos)

Is it safe to use /bin/cat as shell for restrited user?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I need to remontely log on to few peoples machines to do maintanance tasks, but sometimes the machines can be behind firewalls or NAT's. The way I have been doing it is to give the user advice on how to log in to my system with SSH so that reverse tunneling is enabled, like "use command 'ssh -R 12345:localhost:22 [email protected]' and login with password xyzzy" Now, this works fine, but (HowTos)