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1answer
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redirect to specific port without apache

I'm running a few small web applications listening on different ports... 8787, 8888, & 8000. None of them are apache though. Is there any way via either DNS or iptables, or some other way, that I ...
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DNS Server; Different Ports to different IP's [closed]

I have 2 servers with (of course :D) 2 IP's, for example: 123.456.789.101 & 101.987.654.321 Now I have a domain example.tld and want all requests go to 123.456.789.101, except the ones which hit ...
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Setting up SRV records for a Minecraft server

I have a Minecraft server listening on port 25566, and I'm trying to set up an SRV record on my domain so you can access that game server by just typing the ip: play.gameserver.com. After many tries ...
1
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1answer
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Two apache servers using same port?

so I have two apache servers on the same system. Basically what I'm trying to figure out is if since I have 2 different IPs running on my system is it possible to have two different apache servers ...
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1answer
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Unable to access NTPD server except on loopback address Centos 6

I can only get results from: ntpq -p localhost or ntpq -p 127.0.0.1 If, from the same server, I try it as either the external IP address or domain name then it times out with no response. ntpq -p ...
3
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5answers
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When would I open Port 53 for DNS?

Locking down an application server. The server hosts a web app that is served via http. There are a few other ports open as well. Port 53 is open for DNS. Why would I need this? Extra: (Do not ...
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1answer
273 views

Countermeasures versus incoming DNS reflection attack

i am currently experiencing a DNS reflection attack towards my server. I am getting a massive amount of answers via UDP from Port 53 that my server has never asked for: 02:53:57.626156 IP (tos ...
0
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2answers
379 views

Redirect to port based on requested (sub)domain (1 IP, non-HTTP request) [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to use DNS to redirect domain to specific port on my server So I've been trying to figure out how to redirect a subdomain to a specific port. Let's assume the ...
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2answers
274 views

Forward all traffic on a specific port depending on the domain to another port

Imagine I have 10 different domains. All these domains have an A record to a single IP Address. There are ten different services hosted on this one IP. Let's assume they listen from port :80 to :90. ...
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1answer
36 views

New portspace for different domains on the same IP

I've purchased a RootServer with one static IP included and the possibility to register up to four. For some extra cash of course. I'm running two different services on this root server with two ...
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4answers
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How to make a URL point to a Tomcat instance?

Sorry if this question makes no sense (no expert here), but I understand that tomcat listens to port 8080 and that url are usually addressed to 80. Is there a way to tell DNS that urls should point to ...
3
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4answers
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Linking Domain Names to Port Numbers

I have a [game] server (CentOS) that has about 10 used ports. For one game in particular, I have 2 servers: a private one and a public one. The IP for them is the same, so to differentuate between ...
0
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2answers
167 views

IIS host header non 80 port [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to use DNS to redirect domain to specific port on my server I have deployed our company intranet website to IIS 7 server added the following binding info IP ...
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3answers
407 views

DNS unavailable; IP address shared by 4 websites. How to extract numerical addresses of each website?

Preliminary note: our DNS service is down, and I have no access to the website settings; I am just a team member trying to help people who need the website right now. Four websites share the same IP ...
0
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2answers
694 views

Which UDP ports are required to resolve external hosts?

Today I asked my hoster to block all UDP ports except port 53. Due to daily UDP attacks, this was currently the only option to stop flooding my lines. Now since the block is in place, I cannot wget ...
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4answers
389 views

DNS record, paths and port [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to use DNS to redirect domain to specific port on my web server I have a domain xyz.com and a web application running at http://AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD:8080/pcc. When the ...
1
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1answer
301 views

Break through TCP/IP port exhaution (on Windows)

I'm searching for a setup where one Windows with one ethernet card is able to handle more then 65k open IPv4 TCP connections -- yes, it's not possible per default by the specification. I've found a ...
0
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1answer
51 views

2 services running in a Win 2008 Server with DNS and Port problem [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to use DNS to redirect domain to specific port on my server I have a server running 2 servers. One is IIS7 on 80 port and the other one is Jira 4.1 on the port 8080. ...
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2answers
316 views

DNS Records: Forwarding a port on my public domain [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to use DNS to redirect domain to specific port on my web server I've set up an MX record for a local mailserver before, but I've never done this... I want to set up ...
0
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2answers
1k views

Is it possible for DNS to direct traffic to different ports? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to use DNS to redirect domain to specific port on my server Right now I have a DNS CNAME record that makes ftp.angryoctopus.net an alias for the actual FTP URL ...
3
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3answers
703 views

Directing DNS to different ports

Greetings all, I have a server with two tomcat services (one being run on port 80, the other 8080). What I'm wanting to achieve is to have two different DNS records for these two ports, so they'll ...
5
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3answers
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how to forward dns alias to hostname:port? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to use DNS to redirect domain to specific port on my server My web application is running on myserver.mydomain:10000 I would like to make it available on the ...