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Jul
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awarded  Popular Question
Jun
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accepted Domain name gets resolved but fails to load, how to trace?
Jun
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asked Domain name gets resolved but fails to load, how to trace?
May
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awarded  Popular Question
May
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comment NAT vs Port Forwarding
In which case will the IP get replaced? Because I have an exposed server in port 80 (im not the router's administrator) but the IP the log has is the gateway one. So I don't see the real IP of the request
May
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accepted Too many open ports in Debian 8
May
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accepted When is an IP replaced in routing?
May
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awarded  Curious
May
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comment When is an IP replaced in routing?
If you use NAT in private - private, you would not be able to reach any of the second lan IPs? I mean, you would not know what is behind the NATting IP? So, you would only have 1 IP to reach and the ports being NATed?
May
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asked When is an IP replaced in routing?
May
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comment Too many open ports in Debian 8
It seems to be that these ports are managed by an application called portsentry, which is used to monitor the ports and block port scanners.
May
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asked Too many open ports in Debian 8
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Mar
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comment Do you have to create a new document to access File menu and go to options?
Thanks, I think that in 2010 it was always a new doc open, right? Maybe I forgot that. I followed the turn off of the start screen.
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accepted Do you have to create a new document to access File menu and go to options?
Mar
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asked Do you have to create a new document to access File menu and go to options?
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accepted How to register subdomains on dnsmasq
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Jun
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accepted How many web servers will I be able to run with a dual core processor?
Jun
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comment How many web servers will I be able to run with a dual core processor?
Thanks, you gave me valuable advices. My goal is to have some low access sites, and if they get bigger, then move to some dedicated servers, but I want to try and test how I can operate with different servers, that is, for example, having dedicated SQL servers, load balancing, etc, and since I will have only 1 machine I wanted to know how many ubuntu servers will I be able to run to test these interactions, I mean, how many resource intensive is operating system only.