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reviewed Close WSDL2Java Subject Alternative Missing
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reviewed Close Bugzilla 4.4.6 cannot save configuration settings
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reviewed Close Weird subdomains in access log?
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reviewed Close How to join local computer to azure virtual server domain?
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reviewed Close How do I request a DNS flush on a remote recursive resolver from command line?
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reviewed Reviewed virtfs is too big!
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comment Stop users logging into Terminal Server via internet
Or better, go ask them for a job since your place is too cheap.
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comment AWS EC2: proFTPd Login Incorrect
This question appears to be off-topic because it is specific to this user's environment.
Nov
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reviewed Leave Closed Strange Entry in Access Log of Apache
Nov
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comment Port forward with iptables
You are correct. You'd probably also be surprised how many people would expect traffic from outside the box to work identically to internal traffic though, and would misunderstand that concept from reading these forwarding questions.
Nov
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comment Forward Traffic in & out, NAT iptables
You are correct, but the answer I provided isn't just for you. I'd be willing to bet that 90% of the people coming into ServerFault via a search engine link to your question wouldn't read that particular nuance into the sentence you quoted.
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reviewed Close Ubuntu / node.js dropping incoming requests
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reviewed Reviewed Prevent Guests in same vSwitch talking to one another
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reviewed Reviewed grub2 failing to detect md0 for /
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answered Forward Traffic in & out, NAT iptables
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answered Port forward with iptables
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comment Port forward with iptables
You turned on ipv4 forwarding in your sysctl.conf (and then reloaded) or in the appropriate location in /proc, yes?
Nov
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comment Initate RSync From Webpage
Please do keep in mind that specific products references and link lists go out of date. Products come and go, and these links will go dead over time. Which is one of the reasons that product-heavy questions are frowned upon here.