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Aug
31
awarded  Caucus
Aug
27
revised How to get the public ip address of salt-minion from master?
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Aug
27
answered How to get the public ip address of salt-minion from master?
Jul
2
awarded  Critic
Jun
30
answered PPTP VPN did not check the password
Jan
22
revised Linux: Remove start entries only with file access
add init dependency
Jan
22
comment Linux: Remove start entries only with file access
Yes, you are right. I will edit my post.
Jan
22
answered Linux: Remove start entries only with file access
Nov
1
comment Access website hosted on same server as VPN via the VPN
Have you tried to use the internal VPN IP address to access the VPN server, not the public IP?
Sep
17
awarded  Informed
Sep
12
comment How do I list IP addresses where minions connect from?
@Juraj, you can get the ip address of the minion via salt '*' grains.item ipv4 but not the ip address from NAT. You query minions for information not the master itself.
Sep
9
revised How do I list IP addresses where minions connect from?
corrected spelling
Aug
9
revised How do I list IP addresses where minions connect from?
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Jul
30
comment How do I list IP addresses where minions connect from?
Vasili, the command mentioned above, will return the public ip address, the one it is used to communicate with the master. Just try to run curl ifconfig.me from a host behind NAT, see what it returns.
Jul
29
answered How do I list IP addresses where minions connect from?
Nov
19
answered Saltstack master has dynamic ip address
Aug
13
revised Clear Directory with Salt State File
spelling mistake
Aug
5
answered Clear Directory with Salt State File
Apr
24
awarded  Student
Feb
28
comment Setting up a Nginx config file with php-fpm results in 502 bad gateway
If it functions, then there is no problem. Some say it is even faster through sockets because it bypasses the network stack.