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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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Where is the Web-Server running from ? If it is running on your physical machine - my best guess is that it is running on your 127.0.0.1 Ethernet. You could have given it a Alias in Apache Httpd config so it would appear like an FQDN. But for a better chance of an answer please supply OS Web Server Type (Apache IIS etc) At the moment it is all rather a ...


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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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Test the destination Link (IP) using the traceroute/MTR commands. https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-use-traceroute-and-mtr-to-diagnose-network-issues it will give you the hop where non-working systems are stopping at. If it is firewall then you may need to look for the specific ports such as for a website http/https. And for your ...


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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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I'm presuming you're writing a web site. X-Forwarded-For is more use if your site is behind a reverse proxy so you can't see the real client IP from the socket (which would be what the web server puts into REMOTE_ADDR). Most headers are no more or less spoofable than any others. You rely on the reverse proxy to ensure that sensitive headers that are ...


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If ovh didn't set nameservers that your vps will use, you can do two things. First is to set nameserver on your own on your vps. Second option is to create dns zone on existing nameservers that domain is using (what you've tried to do). What to do: Create dns zone for your doman on existing nameservers (name cheap ones in this case) and point that domain ...


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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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Just ask CloudFlare via www.cloudflare.com They will know the answer. And check THIS out: 162.158.103.42 spam attacks log Date/ time (GMT) Email Sender Nickname Anti-spam app Dec 15, 2015 08:45:18 breannahargrove@bigstring.com herpes simplex cure v2.33 WordPress Dec 05, 2015 23:36:17 nettiecp16@jimenajimena.lavaweb.in marisakh60 v5.33 ...


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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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Yes it is possible with interface aliasing. eth0 will have one IP and eth0:0 will have the other. See this entry in the Debian wiki


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So I figured out the issue. I was remotely setting the static IP (not sitting in front of the PC). I have never seen Windows do this before but when I went to set the IP address and hit the "OK" button, Windows was REMOVING the default gateway! The only way I learned this was by hopping on a different machine remotely then using that machine to RDP to the ...


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This is impossible as the IP address is attached to a NIC card, and each NIC card can only use one IP at once. To have two applications using two IP addresses on one host, you would need two NIC cards (two ports) (this is as far as I know. I may be wrong)


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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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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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I would say the list of IP addresses is only hold in memory. The server only has so "remember" some recent requests and can discard them after the specified time period has expired. It seems there is no documented way to get to this list. If you review your normal FTP logs you will see failed logins status 530, you can use LogParser or other tools to group ...


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Easier solution: 1 - Create a CNAME record from 'www.mywebsite.com' to 'dynamic.mywebsite.com'. 2 - Point your A name record from 'website.com' to '174.129.25.170' which is the wwwizer.com service. It will redirect your website.com to www.website.com that points to your dynamic IP. Best solution: Not all domain registrars allow you to set you base host ...


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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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Rather than using the deny directive, you could achieve similar behaviour with a geo map: geo $allow { default 1; 10.0.0.0/8 0; # just testing } server { access_log /path/to/nginx-access.log combined if=$allow; if ($allow = 0) { return 404; } ... } See this and this for more. And this caution on the use of the if block.


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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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You may be out of DHCP address space and some of the clients will be unable to be assigned an address. How many terminals/PCs do you have and what class of IP addresses (example: 192.168.1.0) ? Also, make sure you set a proper lease value, so IPs unused for a long time are un-allocated.


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I followed this protocol from scratch, on freshly installed nginx. and it worked for me. https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-set-up-nginx-server-blocks-virtual-hosts-on-ubuntu-14-04-lts


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It sounds like you know all about traditional subnetting conventions, but I'm just going to walk through your setup one thing at a time for people reading this later. I'm sure you have confirmed that 70.88.182.194 is actually an available address from your agreement with your ISP, Comcast? Try assigning ...196 to your new vm if you haven't done that ...


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There are multiple ways to do this: Using Linux bridges (brctl) Using Open vSwitch (ovs-vsctl) Using MACVLAN Using IPVLAN (introduced in 3.19 kernel, but not stable until 4.2 or later) MACVLAN and IPVLAN are both supported as Linux kernel modules MACVLAN: This makes it possible to create virtual network interfaces that “cling on” a physical network ...


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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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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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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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The way to do this (for any equipment) is recognize that the MAC address of the camera is static even if the IP is not, and to act on the DHCP server. It may be possible for the DHCP server to update DNS with the new IP address, recognizing the equipment either by MAC or some more complicated protocol with a login/password. I would probably not recommend ...


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How are you assigning a public IP to the server? Do you have 2 NIC's on the server? Is it a physical/virtual machine? I need more information to determine what might be happening. It could be possible that there's another machine on your network with the same static private IP address that's causing a conflict. You can ask someone in the NOC or network ...


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Windows update may fix your issue. I am assuming that you are trying to connect using the IP address not the DNS name you may have assigned to your public and private IP address. This could avoid any DNS issue. Time or date difference using remote desktop



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