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I was looking for the same thing. Edit /etc/ufw/before.rules just before COMMIT -A ufw-before-input -p 4 -j ACCEPT


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Can you change your Open VPN subnet to 192.168.68.x? Everything is on the 192.168.68.x subnet and it seems likely that is there is not a connection….. ps hate slow data


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It turns out they were not that many after all. These networks seem to cover the whole range 66.102.6.0/23 66.102.8.0/23 108.177.64.0/20 66.249.80.0/21 66.249.88.0/22 66.249.92.0/23 EDIT: The following only works for the app. The Echo Dot does not work. Same for Amazon Alexa: 3.248.0.0/13 34.192.0.0/10 52.192.0.0/12 52.208.0.0/13 52.216.0.0/14 52.220.0.0/15 ...


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All the answers here (except for the "--cmd-owner" suggestion, which won't work with modern Linux) are based on polling. This does not work if it's just a single small packet that you are looking for. Answers on https://serverfault.com/questions/192893/how-i-can-identify-which-process-is-making-udp-traffic-on-linux suggest using either 'auditd' or '...


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After a little research I figured out that due to the fact I was using my university internet connection, my IP address was neither the one obtained by typing "what's my IP" on Google, nor my default gateway IP in the console. According to the documentation on the service page of my uni router, it was my IPv4 address. From there, I was able to send ...


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Try completely reinitialising all network states. Run the following commands in an elevated (run as Adminstrator) cmd shell: Reset WINSOCK entries to installation defaults (reboot required): netsh winsock reset catalog Reset TCP/IP stack to installation defaults: netsh int ip reset reset.log Reset Firewall to installation defaults: netsh advfirewall reset ...


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Telnet is a remote connection tool similar to SSH, but without the security of SSH. It uses client/server model - a telnet client connects to a telnet server using TCP port 23. Due to lack of security usage of telnet is discouraged in most situations, and firewalls routinely block port 23 to prevent incoming telnet connections.


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I was missing some key IPv6 rooting elements. Addind this statement solved my issue: nft add rule inet filter INPUT 'icmpv6 type { 134, 135, 136, 137 } accept' more info at https://serverfault.com/questions/1078828/nftable-issue-ipv6-does-not-behave-like-ipv4-with-mirror-config


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In Git, locations in the form of [user@]server:path are interpreted as SSH addresses (and the 'clone' tool literally runs ssh [user@]server in the background). By default, SSH connects to port 22/tcp, which is the standard SSH port. Git does not change this, and BitBucket's SSH service likewise expects connections on the standard port 22/tcp. However, ...


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Okay, I think I've found a solution (albeit a bit primitive) myself. I wrote a simple script that makes the machine that I want to access execute x11vnc -connect_or_exit <intermediary server IP> every 30 seconds. This will of course fail as long as there is no VNC viewer running on the server. So it'll fail and the machine tries again. When I want to ...


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