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comment Forwarding IP address using pf
The address the connection will b NATed to can be found in the macro $ext_if:0 as it is the first IP address of this Interface (i have 3 aliases on this interface for example, so 0 is the first one
Feb
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comment pf - redirect rule does not work
or try sockstat to display listening sockets; ~]sockstat -4l | grep ssh
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answered PF redirect rule: how to limit the rule to specific user
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answered Forwarding IP address using pf
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comment amavis cronjob throwing an error out of nowhere
Thank you for the response, so i will wait for now :)
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comment Add group/user on OpenLDAP
This error message does not directly mens what you would first interpret (as described on this site) could you post the complete debug output (on pastebin for example?) Be aware of passwords, or clear text names you don't want anybody to show!! (search an replace them with bogus, but don't mess up the Logfile :)
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comment Add group/user on OpenLDAP
It seems like your initial config is wrong. dc=corp.f7 seems not a correct name for OpenLDAP. (but i never tried). I would have used something like dc=corp,dc=f7 and just start over with the setup. (and you got two Warguments in your ldapadd command, maybee a problem?) btw.: the FreeBSD Handbook helped me a lot with the understanding of OpenLDAP (i got both, a Debian and a FreeBSD OpenLDAP Server)
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comment Add group/user on OpenLDAP
what does ldapsearch -x print out?
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comment How to check my website is working in saudi arabia?
assuming that some firewalls from governments and Providers dnt just block a basic IP but use there own kind of Proxy or IDS to monitor, track and filter the web, a simple traceroute could not work out as expectet. You Would always have to try something that talks http(s) to be sure. In fact, enableing (temprary/permanently) https on your server could solve the problem.
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