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comment Can't connect to WebServer inside (Vagrant) Virtualbox
Yes, if you disable NAT. But then to give access to Internet for the VM, you need to add a static route on your router and you need to enable routing on your host machine. Another solution would be to put the VM in the same network as your host and enable bridging between VM and the hosts NIC.
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comment Can't connect to WebServer inside (Vagrant) Virtualbox
Check also the Windows firewall inside VM.
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comment Can't connect to WebServer inside (Vagrant) Virtualbox
Because you have NAT for that private network. Any incoming packets are allowed only for existing connections. You need to punch holes in that NAT to allow incoming traffic for VM.
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answered Can't connect to WebServer inside (Vagrant) Virtualbox
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answered Linux server out of space
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comment Why is server FIN'ing after starting TLS session?
Use Wireshark. It has a protocol dissector for TLS. If it doesn't recognize the stream as SSL/TLS, you can change this with: "Decode As..." from the context menu of a SSL/TLS packet.
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answered How can I tell which static IP address one computer uses to connect to another computer?
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revised How to prevent a symlink from being removed?
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comment How to prevent a symlink from being removed?
When you delete a symlink, is the same as you delete a normal file. The only permission checked are on the folder. You can limit access to the folder with a SELinux policy, or other mechanisms. But the main question is what is the real problem you are trying to solve?
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answered How to prevent a symlink from being removed?
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answered How to reset a tcp connection immediately on both ends on a certain condition using linux netfilter/iptables?
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comment OpenVPN-server disappointing performance
Encryption is done in CPU or, sometimes, offloaded in specialized co-processors (ASICs). It could be that only one CPU is saturated and that could be your bottleneck, even if the overall CPU average is low. When looking for performance problems you have to monitor both the guest and the host.
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comment OpenVPN-server disappointing performance
It is interesting to see how the latency is degrading when you do a network test over VPN. It is important to see the if the degradation is only inside the OpenVPN link or also outside. If the degradation is only in OpenVPN, then you should focus on OpenVPN performance.
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comment OpenVPN-server disappointing performance
How is the CPU usage on both OpenVPN endpoints (client and server) during the speed test? How much is the latency between endpoints? Test the latency when the link is saturated and when it is not saturated. 4 test in total.
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