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A PhD candidate studying Data Visualization, Love programming in Java, Python, PHP, and a heavy Linux user.


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comment CentOS port closed even when iptables is stopped
resolved - Thanks for mentioning the vnc config file. At first I thought you meant the xstartup file. I checked the config file and found this line: VNCSERVERARGS[1]="-geometry 800x600 -nolisten tcp -nohttpd -localhost" which refused connection.
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comment CentOS port closed even when iptables is stopped
I just checked the vnc log after the telnet and it says it's had an accepted connection from 127.0.0.1 but remotely I get connection timed out.
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comment CentOS port closed even when iptables is stopped
I edited the question (added the vnc configs)
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revised CentOS port closed even when iptables is stopped
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comment CentOS port closed even when iptables is stopped
I got RFB 003.008. So is it running? Would the port be shown as closed, if the server is not run on that port? (Yeh, I've checked it with netstat before, it seems up.)
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asked CentOS port closed even when iptables is stopped
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accepted Somebody eating all our bandwidth, what should I do?
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comment Somebody eating all our bandwidth, what should I do?
Thanks, it's a linux host with the CPanel, we've got wordpress and MyBB installed on it.
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comment Somebody eating all our bandwidth, what should I do?
Thanks, We are using a normal linux host, can we do that without directly having access to the servers or should we contact our providers?
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asked Somebody eating all our bandwidth, what should I do?
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asked FTP -> VSFTPD -> allow uploading folders