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Every server on the internet is constantly bombarded with requests from all kind of spiders and bots and as long as your system is secure and updated, there is usually no need to worry about it.


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Your subnet mask, 255.255.225.0, is not valid and is probably breaking your network config. Is it supposed to be 255.255.255.0?


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Sure, it's possible here is list of tunnel broker provider : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_IPv6_tunnel_brokers If your ISP does not route IPv6 packet to you. There are many solutions that can help you to serve IPv6 and access IPv6 network. In my case I have a public IPv4 address which make me able to use 6in4 served by Hurricane Electric. 6in4 ...


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Assuming your Linux system is functioning, you can install the iLO online configuration utility (hponcfg). You can use it to get the iLO's configuration or reconfigure it. The configuration is in XML format. You didn't mention which flavor of Linux you're using, but HPE makes hponcfg packages available for numerous distributions in their Software Delivery ...


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I can think of two options: check your dhcp server logs, you might have the ilo nic on dhcp; try scanning your network with nmap -n -P0 -sS -p 17988 -oG - xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/xx where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/xx is the representation of your network/netmask


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You can't just randomly assigned an IP address from somewhere else to your server and hope it'll work (well, you can, but your hope will be in vain). In order for a packet assigned to that IP to reach your server, some routing configuration needs to be done. Your options are: Have a machine in the UK behind the router where the network thinks your IP is, ...


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Unless you have bought the address from OVH and they told you that you would be able to use it for the server in France (which is extremely unlikely), this will not work. In general, IP addresses, unlike domain names, are bound to physical networks and you can't just randomly assign an address to some host in a totally different network. Please read up ...


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Okay, so I did setup the ip addresses correctly. But this might be REALLY helpful for others and save a LOT of time. The problem I was having that apache didn't have an ip specified, so all of the ips I setup would lead to apache page. I solved it by adding an ip to apache ports.conf file


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From what you are saying, you got a DHCP address, then attempted to assign the same IP statically. This is not a good way to do this. You are assigning an IP inside the DHCP range. This is basically telling the router to give you an IP that it may or may not have anymore because it leased it to another computer. You're not telling the router that this IP is ...


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I have the same issue. It appears some ISPs are blocking NTP traffic on IPv4 to prevent amplification attacks. I am using a tunnel broker for IPv6 as my ISP does not support IPv6. My tunnel broker is not blocking NTP.


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Spoofing is useless - responses from server will never reach you back. You have several ways you can do: Ask your ISP to return you your old IP for a moment If you have physical access to server, go to datacenter and change firewall from terminal If it is virtual server, you have to ask your provider to reset your firewall. They can do it pretty easy, but ...


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Assuming that when you say "The network setup is not working though" you mean that those hosts are no longer being provided a reserved IP address via DHCP... According to various sources, the ARP Binding feature of TP-Link routers isn't for assigning DHCP reservations. You'd need to either find the DHCP reservation feature on the TP-Link and add the ...


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Is it possible for me to use IPV6 in my local network/subnet? Yes, infact your local network's router most likely already does handle internal ipv6 routing. is it even worth it to do so? Subjective ... it all depends on what you are trying to accomplish. If you are just planning on using it for home use aka hooking up the occasional laptop / cell ...


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Kicking quite an old thread, but I ran into a similar issue. After fiddling around while attempting to install an SSL certificate, my server was also throwing 404s when accessed via the IP address, whereas all worked fine via the FQDN. Sadly, a number of our older apps access the server via a hard-coded IP address . . The issue was solved by adding a ...


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had the same question and found Zoredache pointing to TRACE / ipt_LOG was the solution! Additionally I found a script which inserts/removes LOG-rules preceding all currently active iptables rules. I tried it out and found it to be a really nice tool. - Output is similar to the TRACE solution - Advantage: it works on the active iptables configuration, no ...



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