I'm trying to properly setup the firewall on my gateway (OpenBSD 4.7) using pf to allow amule (on 10.0.0.104) to operate properly as discussed here: Now I know pf has changed a bit from OpenBSD 4.7 ...
So, I have this slight dilemma: I am not allowed to host an IRC server on my VPS, but I am allowed to use tunneling of some sort to let users connect to an IRC server I have set up locally on my Mac ...
When I open this ssh tunnel: ssh -nXNT -p 22 localhost -L 0.0.0.0:8984:remote:8983 I get this error when trying to access the HTTP server running on localhost:8984: channel 1: open failed: ...
My home computer is behind an ISP-level NAT (and firewall). The target computer is work computer behind gateway. You have to log to gateway computer first via SSH (as it is the only one visible and ...
I have a development server, which is only accessible from 127.0.0.1:8000, not 192.168.1.x:8000. As a quick hack, is there a way to set up something to listen on another port (say, 8001) so that from ...
How can I forward traffic from my publicly available server to a computer that is not publicly available?
My home computer is behind an ISP-level NAT which does not allow me to host game servers as a result. I have a VPS which I use as a web server. I want to host a game server of Minecraft, but the VPS ...
I need to open port 21 on a Linux (CentOS 5) virtual machine I have. I have tried several Google solutions, but none are working. I was wondering if someone could tell me how to do this. Below is ...
At the office I have on the servers a vnc server running. In Windows I use putty to connect to the server, I log in and then use realvnc to see the desktop. But I cannot get this to work on Linux. I ...