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Feb
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accepted IPtables: DNAT not working
Feb
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comment IPtables: DNAT not working
Gosh. This must be the silliest problem I've encounter in a long time. That was it! My DNAT rule works as expected now. Thanks.
Feb
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comment IPtables: DNAT not working
@MadHatter, it's very simple. My laptop is behind a router (cable-modem), my CentOS server is a public server on the internet, and the thirdparty server is just a random webserver like the one from this very website.
Feb
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Aug
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accepted How to get from a name server all A records pointing to a specific IP
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comment How to get from a name server all A records pointing to a specific IP
No, I dont have access to it. Otherwise, I could just do what Chris suggests.
Aug
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comment How to get from a name server all A records pointing to a specific IP
Yes, remotely. It's not one of my servers
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asked How to get from a name server all A records pointing to a specific IP
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comment Installing packages on a x86-64 linux
So, I guess the answer is No. You dont need to install .i386 packages on a x86-64 linux.
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accepted Linux: How to find out whether the harddrive is causing a bottleneck?
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