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Trouble with port 80 nating (XenServer to WebServer VM)

I have a rent server running XenServer 6.2 I only have 1 public IP so i did some NAT to redirect ports 22 and 80 to my WebServer VM. I have a problem with the port 80 redirection. When i use this ...
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Why Are There Only 65,535 Ports, and Will We Ever Have More? [closed]

I understand the original reasoning behind having 65,535 ports per IP address: this is the highest number that can be represented by a 16-bit, or 2-byte, number, and it wasn't conceivable that ...
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set DMZ server on modem that not support DMZ, using port forwarding

I have to see an application server from outside of my network, but the modem that I am using is a Zyxel P-660-HN-T1H that not supports DMZ server configuration.So, which port(s) I should forward to ...
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how to make my Linux to listen on his public ip rather than the private IP

I have a virtual machine on some public cloud. the physical IP is not routeble. the ISP provided for me with a public IP and the NAT is being done using the ISP FW. on that Server I'm running ...
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NAT with multiple gateways

I have the following setup: My Lan is 10.56.8.0/23 I have a gateway with internet access(INETIP-A) and the LAN IP 10.56.9.1 I have another gateway with internet access(INETIP-B) and the LAN IP ...
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NAT (network address translator) and mapping IP/port pair [closed]

I'm not sure if the NAT can mapping a unique external IP / port to multiple internal IP / port pairs. Is that possible?
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How to redirect ports for on a virtual interface?

There are two IPs associated with one physical network interface eth0 and eth0:0. The following works fine for the first interface: iptables -A PREROUTING -t nat -i eth0 -p tcp --dport 80 -j ...
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Port Routing between different domains

i have a apache server located on a.com:9254 I would like to route a.y.com:80 to a.com:9254. So, I can put all my services under y.com domain. I tried proxy. However, In apache, it looks all ...
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Forward port on same machine?

I'm trying to forward an existing port for an application which can only listen on one port. The problem is the program and the firewall is on the same computer (Windows Server 2008 R2). For ...
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iptables and DNAT. quick question

So I have a machine with a single interface. It has 2 ip addresses (eth0: 192.168.2.3, eth0:1 192.168.2.4). I'd like to take any traffic coming in on 192.168.2.4 and NAT it to an external ip ...
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cisco 1800 series NAT port forwarding for mail sending

I have centOS mail & web servers configured in a computer in LAN. My cisco router carries a external IP needs translation so that any request to my global IP at http port will be forwarded to my ...
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Help on configuring iptables for openvpn

I am trying to setup a openvpn server for group of people but I have problem with configuring iptables rules. the box have 5 Dedicated IP address and I want to use one of ips that is not the default ...
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fwbuilder: port forwarding incoming 222 port requests to a local machine 22 port

I am using fwbuilder to setup my iptables rules for a public server. The idea is to forward external requests from the 222 port to a local machine's ssh port. The settings i used are: NAT section ...
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Port translation in router causing some email to fail

We are in the process of setting up a spam filter (SAVASM). One change we are making is to push incoming email on port 25 through our spam filter/server but have users actually send their email on a ...
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Do NATs verify the source port of a SYN received after a SYN has been sent?

I'm unsure of whether this question is more appropriate for stackoverflow or serverfault. If you think it's more suited for stackoverflow, let me know and I'll delete this and move it over. I have a ...