for about only 3 months running, my server iptables has 36 ipaddresses blocked so far (most of them are from .edu.cn and .edu.tw, dunno why? maybe because of summer break hehe..). Those IP got blocked mostly because of SSH bruteforce. Everytime I noticed any SSH bruteforce on my /var/log/secure, I just issued "iptables -A INPUT -p all -s [ipaddress] -j DROP"
so, I'm just curious, how about yours ? how many IP in your blocked lists?
My customer has an external facing Apache server that is acting as a reverse proxy to two internal applications. They have:
- external addresses for each app which resolve to different ip addresses, so app1.their_domain.com and app2.their_domain.com resolve to 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11 respectively. - the Apache server has two network interfaces with ip addresses 192.168.10.10 and 192.168.10.11 - the external ip addresses resolve to the above internal addresses - the firewall between the Apache server and the internal app servers is configured to allow traffic from 192.168.10.10 to reach app_server1, and traffic from 192.168.10.11 to reach app_server2, both using port 7777.
I have configured a virtual host in httpd.conf for each ip, i.e.
This works fine in that the external address are being routed to the correct application, however the firewall is blocking requests to the second app as it appears the requests are coming from the Apache servers 'primary' ip address 192.168.10.10 instead of 192.168.10.11.
Is it possible to send requests using the ip address from the relevant VirtualHost?
I want to redirect a website to a particular URL so that the address bar shows the same URL and not the destination URL. I know it is possible via URL masking, however, I want it in such a way that whenever somebody clicks on any link in the website, the address bar should still show the original URL. To put it in simple words, Suppose I want to redirect [url] to [url]. Now if there is a link named contact/index.htm and somebody clicks on it the address bar should display [url]and not redirect to [url]
How can it be possible using URL Rewrite method in .htaccess file?
I have two dedicated servers.One of them is in Germany and the other one is in Turkey.I want to set up a cluster system between them.I will use the server in Germany as a gameserver.But when someone pings the server in Germany the packages will be forwarded to the server in Turkey.So he will see the Turkish server's ping results.How can i do this?
I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this, If I've selected the wrong forum, admins please move.
I'm looking to set up a server side "mailing list", with a few specifics. The idea is that someone could send a mail message to email@example.com and it would then forward that message to all members included in that department (no more than 12 each). The old administrator here had us hosted on 1and1, who allowed 3 forwarders per email address, and he had managed to rig a system out of that, but I've just moved to Downtownhost (yay!) and they appear to only allow 1 forwarder. Is there a simple way to do this without having to make all users maintain their own mail distribution lists?
I have a domain at Enom and I have a use for it which would require it being assigned an IP address rather than nameservers in order to reach the server it would be hosted on - I have 2 questions please:-
Would doing it this way bring any penalties in search engine ranking, PR or any other problems?
I've set up a couple of domain names for a client - www.helpinghandsuk.co.uk and helpinghandsuk.net with hosting running from the .net address. This was all bought through 123-reg. Ive tried to set up the web forwarding from the .co.uk to point to the .net address using all of the different options (framed/non-framed etc) but to no avail, it still points t the old hosting!! Ive checked who it is registered to and it is registered to 123-reg. What would be the next step as they dont seem to have any support?
Hi, we have a .com domain and starter hosting from Telivo.
Telivo mention web-forwarding in their documentation but I can't seem to see where to access it to configure it, either on the Telivo's control panel on their site or within the actual SiteAdmin control panel for the domain itself.
Telivo's documentation simply says "Click on the 'Web Forwarding' link" (I assume within the SiteAdmin on your domain), but I can't see one!
I've looked in the DNS management menus as well (on Telivo's site control panel) but the web-forwarding option still eludes me. (Email forwarding is there, though, but not web-forwarding).
i currently have a domain registered with namecheap that is NOT being hosted.
i'm using a URL Forwarding using a URL Frame redirect to point it to some website.
i now want to have this domain hosted (maybe at hostgator).
Question: once i copy all my files to the hosting site and get the nameserver info - once i enter the nameserver info in my namecheap control panel for the domain name, i assume namecheap will cancel the redirect immediately.
will there be ANY time when visitors to my domain will get an error code? what will visitors see in the time between the cancellation of the redirect and the full propagation (that may take 1-3 days i understand)?
I dont want to forward the complete domain to another location just a certain directory either photos.domain1.com TO domain2.com/photos or simply [url]TO [url] But I want it to be masked too and I do NOT want forward any other address from [url]Is there a way I can set this up? both sites are hosted with Godaddy.
I am starting my own web hosting service out of my house. I have been doing some minor web hosting for about a year. I am using some old Dell Dimension 8300's and manage about 200 websites. I am running of 3 servers.
(I use 1and1 for my domains)
When someone types in my company website, 1and1's name servers points it to my website. Thats perfect.
Here is the problem.
When a customer goes to there website it forwards to mck-communications.com:[port]/clients/there co name/ How can I make it say there domain and yet still show the file or folder they are on ex: index.html, products.html, /solutions/ ect....
What I want to do is have a subdomain such as sub.mydomain1.com redirect to sub.mydomain2.com and have sub.mydomain1.com still show in the address bar... can anyone tell me quickly what the correct DNS setup for this is?
I want to use a a VPS server to which I have SSH access to do port forwarding, I know SSH default port is usually on 22, first thing I would like to do is to change this to port 443.
Second thing I need to do is to tell the server to allow me to do port forwarding.
The idea is that when I am travelling I can browse the internet securely from an internet cafe by using Putty and Firefox on an USB.
I already have done it in the past using someone's else server, I know how to configure Putty and Firefox that is not a problem, what my knowledge lacks is how to configure my own VPS server to do this so that I don't need to rely on anyone else,