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Jul
11
comment IIS get full error message for failed requests
I managed to add this to the web.config. Unfortunately it breaks the service completely request to the webserver are not answered anymore.
Jul
11
comment IIS get full error message for failed requests
Mmmm... according to msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dayb112d.aspx there's no <behavior> tag. Where should I put this?
Jul
11
comment IIS get full error message for failed requests
What is "Your.Service.Type"?
Jul
11
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Jul
6
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Jun
29
asked IIS get full error message for failed requests
Jun
13
comment set-up webserver with two nics
It's a VPN endpoint. I have to add a route to our internal LAN at 191.168.10.0/24. I think I know how to do that once I get the other part working.
Jun
13
comment set-up webserver with two nics
Thanks for the answer. Unfortunately I don't know how to put this into the configuration files of my CentOs 6.2 box? Could someone give me hand for this?
Jun
13
asked set-up webserver with two nics
Jun
11
accepted ssh: No route to host
Jun
11
comment ssh: No route to host
Yes, of course. Stopping it was just a quick test.
Jun
11
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Jun
11
comment ssh: No route to host
After doing service iptables stop I can connect via port 9922 to the machine. I think I have to check the firewall rules (see the output of iptables -L above).
Jun
11
comment ssh: No route to host
ping 192.168.26.153 wors fine.
Jun
11
revised ssh: No route to host
added output of iptables
Jun
11
comment ssh: No route to host
Yes, I did. And I can confirm that sshd is running and listening on port 9922.
Jun
11
revised ssh: No route to host
added outoupt of ifconfig, nmap an route
Jun
11
comment ssh: No route to host
There's nothing between the two machines. They are in the same LAN.
Jun
11
comment ssh: No route to host
It's a vanilla CentOs 6.2 installation. I did not set-up a firewall. Is there something set-up by default?
Jun
11
asked ssh: No route to host