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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
awarded  Tumbleweed
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
May
28
accepted sshd block access from some host names