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You would modify the Apache configuration to add virtual hosts if on Apache. You would add a new site if on IIS. If you elaborate, the community can help you further. FQDNs (fully qualified domain names) are really just host names. You can have as many as you would like, on as many IPs as you would like (max limit depending on server) not accounting for ...


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It sounds as if your FTP server is not running. You should open the FileZilla Server interface, make sure that a port is configured, and that users have been created. While creating the user, you can also specify the password that should be used, and what the home folder for the user is. After creating the users, you should Start the FTP server. Also, check ...


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You say the host IP addresses are like this: Host OS (Windows 7): 192.168.16.100 Guest OS (Ubuntu): 192.168.56.101 Mac OS: 192.168.16.102 If your guest OS is set to the 192.168.56.x subnet that would be a host-only adapter in Virtual Box. Which is a great setup, but not so great for what you are trying to achieve. This simplest thing you could try to do ...


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The easiest way is to set the network adapter to be bridged - This means that the VM will connect directly to the host computer's subnet, in the 192.168.16.x range. From there, make sure you can ping it by name to complete the setup. For accessing it outside your network, you can now setup port forwarding - although that's out of the scope of this ...


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Confirm this: Mikrotik has an dst-nat rule in IP FIREWALL NAT with dst-port 80 to dst-address 192.168.2.20 Mikrotik knows 192.168.2.0/24 route in IP ROUTE Second router has default gw to 192.168.1.1/24 DVR has default gw -second router- It's possible that DVR is using https, or another ports to acces it? You must redirect all of used ports.


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The router with external IP ( 87.245.x.x) must be in 10.0.0.x sub-net. RaspberryPi must have defualt gw configured with 10.0.0.x gateway Try to acces it ( http[s]://87.245.x.x) outside of your LAN. With your PC probably not work because port-forwarding/triggering is only listening for WAN packets


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That's an interesting difference, and not one I've come across before. JDBC connection properties are mostly optional, there are only a couple that are actually needed. You can click the "Add Property" button to give you another key/value pair which you can then populate with whatever property you want. Here is the GlassFish 4 administration guide, which ...


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Open manualy the 443 port in your firewall . If you are using internet security software check this also


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Veru first thing you need to check is the DocumentRoot for X.Y.Z.C. You can check it in the apache conf file. Then for eg. you find it to be /home/xyz/public_html/any_folder, you would need to place the sub-directory inside /home/xyz/public_html/any_folder. Then you can try checking http://x.y.z.c/A/. If this does not help, please check the apache error ...


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I'm not sure if this might be possible. Because SIP needs special DNS records which might be not configurable on a netgear router. Normally you have to create record like this: Type Service Protocol Port Weight Priority TTL Name Target SRV _sip _tls 443 1 100 1 Hour thedomain.co.uk sipdir.online.lync.com SRV _sipfederationtls _tcp ...


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"How can I ensure that tleilax always gets assigned the same IP address?" Use Address Reservation. Reference Wireless-N 150 Router WNR1000v2 User Manual: To configure LAN IP settings, select LAN Setup under Advanced in the main menu. The LAN Setup screen displays: ... Using Address Reservation When you specify a reserved IP address ...


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There are a lot of different ways to do this in Mac OS X. But to me, the simplest way—conceptually and visually—is via a graphical user interface like what MAMP offers. The non-Pro version of MAMP is 100% free and works great for basic usage like this: MAMP installs a local server environment in a matter of seconds on your Mac OS X computer, be it ...


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In older versions of OS X, there was a Preference Pane (System Preferences → Sharing → Web Sharing) that allowed you to easily enable the built-in Apache web server. Once enabled, all you had to do was place the file to be served in a directory named Sites inside your home directory, and then you could fetch http://localhost/~yourusername/filename.html. ...


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The free Anvil App is how I do this. It integrates with Hammer.app to display pre-processed sites, but you can also just add a static site folder. Sites can be accessed via a .dev site extension, which the browser sees properly to load external fonts, code, etc. http://anvilformac.com


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Someone looking for "the easiest" solution probably wants to use a GUI rather than the command line. Older versions of OS X had a checkbox in the Sharing Preference Pane that enabled the web server. You can replicate that functionality with the freeware https://clickontyler.com/web-sharing/


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Since OS X comes with python2 I suggest: $ python -m SimpleHTTPServer Serving HTTP on 0.0.0.0 port 8000 ...


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install easyphp for mac. It does not need any technical info or knowledge. http://easyphp.org/


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As of PHP 5.4.0, the CLI SAPI provides a built-in web server. More details in the official PHP documentation: Open terminal. Navigate to the folder (directory) containing the file you want to serve. php -S localhost:8080 Go to http://localhost:8080 in the browser.


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You have not specified the streaming server you plan on using but 512 megs should be more then adequate for Icecast. I've not used it in any signiificant way, but I found this post showing 1800 listeners on 512 megs was practical back in 2008. 1 TB capacity should be ample for 50 simultanous streams - provided the streams are 128k or less is you have a 10 ...


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The server isn't playing the audio file; it is only 'serving' it. The client does the audio processing. You should worry about the bandwidth instead. There is no way any normal connection can beat the transfer rate of an SSD drive, so I don't think you have to worry about the hardware itself. Bandwidth will be the bottleneck here. Do you think your ...


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Short Answer? Name-based virtual hosting allows IP address accesses to web servers to be treated differently from hostname accesses to the same web servers. And many web systems administrators “dead end” IP address accesses for basic security reasons. Additionally, “Forbidden” messages are not typically sent by IP address access being blocked; my gut tells ...


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Often, web servers are configured to use name-based virtual hosting, where the content that is served depends on the domain name that was requested in the Host header. Name-based virtual hosting is necessary for almost all shared hosting, as well as for most web applications that use more than one domain name in their operation. As it is so frequently ...


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You will be able to download most of the static content (html,css and images etc.) by using some applications, like http://www.sitesucker.us/mac/mac.html Again only the static.


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If you don't have access to the FTP server (which basically just gives you access to the file system that the HTTP server is pointing at), and you don't know what the files are called, then you have no other choice than brute-forcing all possible URLs via HTTP requests, in the hope that they give you something back. Of course, this is not very practical, ...


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20.178 is the time in seconds with milliseconds after the dot. GoAccess will output 20.18 s. Here's the format to use: %h %^[%d:%^] "%r" %s %b "%R" "%u" %^ %T So running the following should do it: goaccess -M -H -f log --log-format='%h %^[%d:%^] "%r" %s %b "%R" "%u" %^ %T' --date-format='%d/%b/%Y'


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Install apache on this host and create reverse proxy for different services ProxyPass /db http://localhost:8585 ProxyPassReverse /db http://localhost:8585 and so on. Check here for more information


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I've used http://www.no-ip.org in the past. You can install their Dynamic DNS Update Client software that detects when the IP changes in order to change the DNS registries.


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Maybe you have a port forwarding rule to same port? You cannot use port 80 in a router unless you change the admin panel of the router to be listening in other.


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You forwarded port 80 from your router (.1) to your server (.10), so whenever you attempt to access port 80 on the router (.1) it's now forwarded to port 80 on the server (.10). To fix it, turn off the forwarding of port 80, and then enter your router and change its web interface port to something other than 80 (if it allows that), THEN forward port 80 to ...



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