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Does the traffic from your server to 2.2.2.2:443 (the original destination) traverse the AP? In that case the translation would apply, so change your DNAT rules so that traffic originating from the server is excluded from the DNAT translation. iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp ! -s x.x.x.x --dport 80 -m conntrack --ctstate NEW -j DNAT --to x.x.x.x:8880 ...


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You can use a small program called ftee that is available in this StackOverflow anwser: http://stackoverflow.com/a/7620387/403614 As far as I know (and as far as my research went), there are no "bash only" solutions.


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xmit.io is the former user of your IP address. Here is the simple proof: By looking at the DNS SOA record it is often possible to tell when the most recent change was made to a domain's DNS records. The SOA record for xmit.io is currently xmit.io has SOA record dns1.p04.nsone.net. hostmaster.nsone.net. 1402347696 43200 7200 1209600 3600 Notice the third ...


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So, your domain points to the IP Address 66.228.40.84 which is obviously your web server. The admin for the other domain (xmit.io) has pointed their domain to the same IP Address. This is probably not anything malicious; it could be that they used to have a server with your web host so they used to have the IP Address you now use, or someone has just ...



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