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comment Configuring email on a CentOS server for proper sending
Is that the case ? If I change my hostname to a valid FQDN (some internal server name like server1.mycompany.com, available through DNS) the mailserver at ghandi accepts the message fine. Would that be a valid scenario ?
Mar
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asked Configuring email on a CentOS server for proper sending
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Apr
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comment Establish SSH connection via SSH tunnel in a single command
Just found out that this single command works : ssh -A -t root@<public ip> ssh -A -t <private ip> . No need to do it in 2 steps apparently.
Apr
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asked Establish SSH connection via SSH tunnel in a single command
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comment Looking for web based SSH frontend to access computers behind SSH-based router
do you remember if you had an ajaxterm deamon running on every machine you wanted to expose behind the apache reverse proxy ? I don't have the privileges to install the ajaxterm daemon on all my linux boxes.
Apr
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comment Looking for web based SSH frontend to access computers behind SSH-based router
I briefly looked at AjaxTerm (help.ubuntu.com/community/AjaxTerm). I installed it on a linux box and could get the web based ssh. However, how do I configure it to establish an ssh connection to another machine ? You mentioned that you can access predefined hosts behind it. How do you do that ?
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comment Looking for web based SSH frontend to access computers behind SSH-based router
The goal is simply to provide SSH access to the internal machines (Linux boxes) through a web browser, available on the internet. Something like anyterm. the difference with anyterm being that I don't want to install custom software on the internal machines and all SSH access needs to go through the DD-WRT router (=only device exposed on the internet)
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comment Looking for web based SSH frontend to access computers behind SSH-based router
I don't want to rely on browser plugins, as sometimes we need to run in a restricted environment where plugins cannot be installed. Also, I guess the solution I'm looking for needs to be able to create an SSH connection through an SSH tunnel (first connecting to the dd-wrt router, and then setting up the SSH connection). All of that needs to be done in an automated way.
Apr
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