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asked How to run putty with -m command line *and* get log?
Jul
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comment iptables / firewall blocking traffic (even SSH) on my dedicated box
@MichaelHampton I truly wish I could, this server still does use some legacy software (can't upgrade right now, so I have to make sure the show continue running until I figure out some magic solution)
Jul
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Jul
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comment iptables / firewall blocking traffic (even SSH) on my dedicated box
@MichaelHampton I disabled cPanel like a year ago (though I didn't do any cleanup). I edited my question to add that info
Jul
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asked iptables / firewall blocking traffic (even SSH) on my dedicated box
Jul
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comment Setup my own DNS server to support wildcard domains?
@VivekThomas Thanks! that's exactly what I wanted!!!
Jul
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accepted Setup my own DNS server to support wildcard domains?
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asked Setup my own DNS server to support wildcard domains?
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Aug
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comment Change the default IP address of a CentOS 6 dedicated server
Never mind, websites are now working for me. Thanks man!
Aug
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comment Change the default IP address of a CentOS 6 dedicated server
Thanks, I edited my question with apachectl result
Aug
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revised Change the default IP address of a CentOS 6 dedicated server
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Aug
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comment Change the default IP address of a CentOS 6 dedicated server
I think I cried victory too fast :( I followed your instructions but now the websites hosted on that server are now unreachable. I restarted apache & waited several hours for propagation (I'm using google dns), am I missing something?
Aug
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accepted Change the default IP address of a CentOS 6 dedicated server
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asked Change the default IP address of a CentOS 6 dedicated server
Jun
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comment Copy files from EC2 instance to remote dedicated server
@etagenklo: Thanks, I got this response when I typed iptables -nL, I have 3 ports open in security group: 80, 22 & 443 (all set to 0.0.0.0/0)
Jun
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comment Copy files from EC2 instance to remote dedicated server
@etagenklo Ahh OK - now I see, I actually meant that I'm connected via SSH/Putty to both servers from my machine, but I couldn't get the EC2 instance to reach my dedicated server via scp