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revised How to test nagios send_nsca with netcat
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asked How to test nagios send_nsca with netcat
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revised IPtables - opening ports not working
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comment No access to our server outside LAN
There is no point in creating iptables rules if you can't access the server without them. Flush all tables and focus on the router/company firewall (not server firewall) settings. Make sure you have proper port redirection (e.g. redirect port 80 to the internal static ip of your server).
Oct
11
comment No access to our server outside LAN
I am now wondering if this is a question regarding iptables closing a port or router/firewall settings. Can you access the server from the outside if you flush the iptables settings? (after saving them off course).
Oct
11
comment No access to our server outside LAN
Are you trying to hit the server from the outside or the inside? (some routers don't allow you to hit external sites that point back to an internal site). Try to actually hit the server from outside (e.g. 3G cellphone connection).
Oct
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answered IPtables - opening ports not working
Aug
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revised How to create LDAP bind account in Centos/RedHat that allows me to search by ldapbind@server.com
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Aug
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answered <suffix> invalid DN 21 (Invalid syntax) on Converting slapd.conf OpenLdap
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answered Testing rc.d levels
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answered Spanish Characters in Linux Server Bash Shell
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comment Processes getting stuck on 2 servers that have just updated
NOTE: I can't comment yet so I'll put is as an answer. A workaround to help you debug is to have multiple screen windows in the server. Whenever I get a freeze like that (I have never digged much into the problem) what I do is to kill that screen window and work on the others. At least you won't lose your ssh session and you will be able to run top on the other window and see if there is a process you need to kill.