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Regarding your query you can flush the iptables content using the below commands. Command to flush the IP tables sudo iptables -F Command to restore the iptables rule-set that was saved with the iptables-save command iptables-restore [-c] [-n]


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Yes, at this point you need to have someone reboot the system. If you didn't make the change persistent it should be okay. When I have to make changes to iptables and have no way of recovering, I put a cron job up to revert the iptables changes to the last known saved state. You can use iptables-save and then run iptables-restore in your cronjob. So it ...


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You have a few options: You can use SSH to either set up a tunnel or a SOCKS proxy. You can set up a VPN service on your router and configure your mobile device to sign into the VPN, giving you access to your private network. You can set up a reverse proxy and set up authentication through it, using either password or key based authentication. You can set ...


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This required type of technique is called port knocking: In computer networking, port knocking is a method of externally opening ports on a firewall by generating a connection attempt on a set of prespecified closed ports. Once a correct sequence of connection attempts is received, the firewall rules are dynamically modified to allow the host ...


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It is related to default character in php. So I commented it out in php.ini and restarted apache. It worked perfectly. default_charset = "iso-8859-1"


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Check your httpd.conf file for mention of AddDefaultCharset utf-8. If it's not there or is anything other than utf-8 (like perhaps iso-8859-1) then add that line in the appropriate area. To verify what's happening, check the HTTP response headers for the website that isn't showing fractions properly and I'll bet you see Content-Type text/html with no ...



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