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Apr
23
comment How to forward an internal IP to an external one?
1:1 will change my internal ip to an external one, i.e 192.168.1.100 to 200.x.x.x such that if I visit whatismyip.com while on 192.168.1.100 I should see the translation to 200.x That is not what I want. I think what I want is an SSL VPN from my router to the external webserver such that any requests made to an internal IP will route over the to the webserver. Thanks anyway.
Apr
22
comment How to forward an internal IP to an external one?
I am looking for a general way to solve the problem, not a specific one.
Apr
22
comment How to forward an internal IP to an external one?
Let's just say it is a router with a lot of power.
Apr
22
comment How to forward an internal IP to an external one?
1t1 seems like it makes my outgoing request look like the IP of the router, not what I want.
Apr
22
comment How to forward an internal IP to an external one?
I will look at the 1to1 NAT settings.
Apr
22
comment How to forward an internal IP to an external one?
I want a machine on my network to make a call to a local IP address, ie 10.0.1.45 and the network to forward that call to mywebsite.net. The router will of course have to backwards translate/keep the connection both ways.
Apr
22
asked How to forward an internal IP to an external one?
Dec
19
asked MySQL Replication Monitoring for OS X Server
Dec
10
comment Good free open-source software (or methods) for blacklisting bots
Ouch, sorry to hear about that! I am running nginx, so I guess I could adapt the script to work with it.Do you know of any automated solutions to get those blacklists into your IP tables, or I suppose I can just write a crobjob and shellscript it.
Dec
9
asked Good free open-source software (or methods) for blacklisting bots
Jun
8
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