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Sep
9
comment Customer wants open postgresql port, how to make that secure?
Interesting idea, but that sounds a bit fragile though.
Jun
25
comment gitlab: How to not break old gitolite urls
Gitlab doesn't seem to want to allow this: feedback.gitlab.com/forums/176466-general/suggestions/…
Jun
4
comment Using LDAP/Active Directory with PIN based authentication
OK... that sound like what I want. But what about authenticating using the PIN, It's no-standard attribute, so how do I get ldap_bind to use that?
Jun
3
comment Using LDAP/Active Directory with PIN based authentication
But the LDAP Service may be run by the client, where we don't have control of the creation of users. They'd use the same user credentials for other services eg: Windows login, Corporate Intranet. In that case 4 digit passwords would be ridiculus
Jun
3
comment Using LDAP/Active Directory with PIN based authentication
The User ID and the password, Not sure how that would work with password which would need to be salted and hashed
Jun
3
comment Using LDAP/Active Directory with PIN based authentication
Yes, Unfortunately.
Feb
17
comment SSH: Local Server has public IP; Remote doesn't
Thanks... This looks perfect: wiki.debian.org/DDNS
Feb
17
comment SSH: Local Server has public IP; Remote doesn't
Yes! thats exactly what I want. Is there something I can host on my server to implement this? Or do I have to use a paid service?
Feb
17
comment SSH: Local Server has public IP; Remote doesn't
Nice ASCII art :) ... No, thats not my situation; I've updated the question
Feb
17
comment SSH: Local Server has public IP; Remote doesn't
The remote server is not on the LAN
Feb
17
comment SSH: Local Server has public IP; Remote doesn't
Sorry, I don't think I explained my self correctly. I want the remote machines to actively start a daemon that allows me to connect to them, despite them having an unknown address.