I'm using a software which is accessible by http://server_ip:certain_port I want it to be accessible internally only, by http://localhost:port. How can I block those ports from the outside?
is it possible that we can block any port to access lets say, 8080 to get blocked from outer-world except our certain ip address? I know how to block the ip address using listen ... ... acl ...
Working off of my last question, I can access my server's FTP over the LAN but not over the internet. I'm using Filezilla on port 666. My router/modem configuration is as such (similar to other ...
We have a misbehaving daemon running on one of our Windows 2003 Servers. It telnets into localhost:5115 I have a feeling that if I can stop it from telnetting into localhost I can get it to fail ...