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bio website lucarea.com
location France
age 38
visits member for 4 years, 9 months
seen Nov 26 at 21:09

Background
- Linux administration
- Development (Perl, Java/J2E, Ruby, Shell, Javascript, ...)

Hot Topics
- development of several iOS applications
- node.js
- NoSQL (redis, mongodb, HBase)
- Hadoop

Areas of interest
- entrepreneurship
- finance / stock exchange
- foreign languages


Mar
27
awarded  Tumbleweed
Mar
23
comment ssh all machines behind a router
I've never used this command, but I think this can be very helpfull for my needs. Thanks, I know have a panel of several possible solutions !!! That's great
Mar
23
comment ssh all machines behind a router
That's an interesting utility I do not know yet. Thanks, I will check this.
Mar
21
comment ssh all machines behind a router
Thanks for your explanation, I think the last part will match my needs. Regards, Luc
Mar
21
comment ssh all machines behind a router
Thanks, this is what I was looking for.
Mar
21
comment ssh all machines behind a router
well, this is just to access my local network at home. I do not really need a VPN for this, but you're right that may be an option.
Mar
21
awarded  Supporter
Mar
21
awarded  Student
Mar
21
awarded  Commentator
Mar
21
comment ssh all machines behind a router
Hello, in fact this is what I'm doing now but I just wondered if there was no some kind of process within ssh which could analyse the targeted server name and forward to the correct machine automatically. That would be great.... Well, I guess there are some reasons behind that. Thanks a lot, Luc
Mar
21
comment How to access web server of any machine of my network from the outside
Thanks a lot Mark. I submitted a dedicated question for ssh stuff before I read your answer. Well, I would have prefered to forward the request instead of playing with the ports... hum... it seems that I do not have any other choices then... Thanks a lot, Luc
Mar
21
accepted How to access web server of any machine of my network from the outside
Mar
21
asked ssh all machines behind a router
Mar
21
awarded  Scholar
Mar
21
accepted Access 2 sites on same machine behind a router
Mar
21
comment Access 2 sites on same machine behind a router
hello, that's exactly what I needed, this is working fine. Thanks a lot.
Mar
20
comment Access 2 sites on same machine behind a router
Thanks tgm, I still have some pb: on my proxy machine, in ports.conf: " NameVirtualHost *:80 Listen 80 " and in my VirtualHosts: " <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName test.domain.tld ProxyRequests Off ProxyPreserveHost On ProxyPass / 192.168.1.150:81 ProxyPassReverse / 192.168.1.150:81 </VirtualHost> " and on the machine hosting the sites: <VirtualHost 192.168.1.150:81> ServerName test.domain.tld DocumentRoot /home/www/test/public </VirtualHost> <Directory "/home/www/test/public"> Options Indexes MultiViews AllowOverride None Order allow,deny Allow from all </Directory>
Mar
19
asked Access 2 sites on same machine behind a router
Mar
18
comment How to access web server of any machine of my network from the outside
Hello Mark, I will setup your solution. In fact, to be more precise, I have a physical machine m and multiple VMs within that machine. The VMS are the m1, m2, ... machines I was talking about. Do you think I can setup a apache server on the machine m and create virtualhost for each hosts existing on the m1,m2 ... machines ? Same thing for ssh with ssh forward or something like that ? Thanks a lot,Luc
Mar
18
comment How to access web server of any machine of my network from the outside
To be more accurate, what could be done to be able to issue the command ssh user_m1@m1.username.dyndns.org, ssh user_m2@m2.username.dyndns.org ? Thanks again, Luc ps: I will start by upgrading to dyndns pro for the CNAME wildcard :-)