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Either way you'll need some simple script for this. One easy example would be using DNS lookup. If you can't use the host command, install it using sudo apt-get install host. Then simply run the command host -t a your.public.domain. This will result in a line like this: your.public.domain has address 12.34.56.78 You'll just have to parse the result, ...


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DNS server work as a protocol is a set of rule for exchanging data on internet within private network like TCP/IP protocol suit. It simply turns the user friendly domain into internet protocol. It may be any domain name purchased by site owner from any reliable domain provider such as domainia or else. Let’s take a domain’s example as “myweb.com” which in ...


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Just make a php script on your server and execute it (warning: very insecure!) <?php exec("myexe.exe"); ?>


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Some good troubleshooting steps are you did 127.0.0.1:80 ok A) Try to connect from your LAN (so, 192 address) B)Try a port scan of port 80 https://www.grc.com/shieldsup Bear in mind that you trying to connect to your external IP from within your network, won't always work, it depends on whether your router has a feature that supports that so ...


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The most likely cause is a firewall is blocking access to port 80. Is this Linux? If so what flavor and version? On many latest fedora based distros iptables will not be installed. They use firewalld. If that is the case do the following and try to access the page from other machines. systemctl stop firewalld.service


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For example, when the server offers webpages or something to download. If this is a web server sitting within a LAN and on the same subnet as the users, then yes, MAC addresses can be logged from machines on the same LAN and same subnet. But if this is a web server sitting at some hosting service in the middle of who knows where, then know. MAC ...


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There are quite a lot of "lower" details. First, consider that the kernel has a list of processes, and at any given time, some of these processes are running, and some are not. The kernel allows each running process some slice of CPU time, then interrupts it and moves to the next. If there are no runnable processes, then the kernel will probably issue an ...


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You are almost certainly logged in with an account capable of being elevated to do 'admin-stuff'. But not actually using this all the time. This has been the default in windows since Vista. This is why you sometimes get those UAC warnings when a program actually wants to use those admin rights. (Assuming you did not disable UAC, which is not recommended. ...


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I have done this a number of times using nginx, lighttpd, and apache. The concept is basically the same in all of them: [Fast]CGI processes that run as the user. If you want to save yourself a lot of trouble, try messing with permissions as other people have suggested. In particular, if your user websites are owned by the users and your main site is owned ...


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The short answer is: some sort of interrupt system. Essentially, they use blocking I/O, meaning they sleep (block) while waiting for new data. The server creates a listening socket and then blocks while waiting for new connections. During this time, the kernel puts the process into an interruptible sleep state and runs other processes. This is an important ...


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Simply remove the Linksys router from the equation. If you remove the Linksys then the Zentyal box will grab your 96.58.x.x2 ip and be viewable to the web. Why do you need the Linksys router there? Zentyal will do everything the Linksys will do in terms of firewall and port forwarding plus more. There really isn't a point in have the linksys in front of the ...


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For this task you can use a reverse proxy. This is a proxy which is not installed between a web client and the Internet but between the Internet (or other network) and the destination web server. As such it can make accessible various servers under URLs by your choice. Some of the commonly used open source reverse proxies are: Apache with mod_proxy ...


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You need to speak with the Support team running the email box. The interface you want to develop is not as simple as you might think, and it is different for different software. If you were using Exchange setting up Web Access is simple, but with this proprietary software the best answer you'll get is to talk to their Support.


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It looks like you configuration is correct.You may even get rid of the default_server, being useless here. Is your configuration correct/applied? Ensure there is no error at configuration-time Use nginx -t to validate your configuration syntax/grammar Monitor your error log while issuing service nginx reload (or kill -SIGHUP <master PID>) Ensure ...


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Allowing anyone to FTP as root allows the possibility of anyone deleting any file on your system, either intentionally or more likely, accidently. A hacker could also modify any file by copying over a new version - for example modifying your ssh files to allow someone you didn't intend to, to access your system. This could allow them to tunnel to any other ...


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Because most users connect to standard FTP port without using SSL, and even if they do, it is mostly self-signed one, and it is very easy to intercept that kind of traffic, which means your root password can be found very easily if no encryption is used, as it is sent in clear text. If you really need to use root for transferring files then use SFTP, which ...



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