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Jul
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comment Bringing an IPsec tunnel on the hardware node to the OpenVZ containers
Thank you for the help Simon, I'll give it a try.
Jul
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Jun
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revised Bringing an IPsec tunnel on the hardware node to the OpenVZ containers
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asked Bringing an IPsec tunnel on the hardware node to the OpenVZ containers
Jun
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comment OpenVZ multiple networks on CTs
Did you add the routes on the HN or on the CT ?
Apr
2
comment How can I run a server on Linux on port 80 as a normal user?
This is basically equivalent to putting a reverse proxy in front of the server, but it's rather inefficient compared to dedicated solutions like HAproxy, Pound or Varnish that understand the HTTP protocol and can add useful headers likes X-Forwarded-For.
Apr
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Apr
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revised How can I run a server on Linux on port 80 as a normal user?
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Apr
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comment How can I run a server on Linux on port 80 as a normal user?
The drawback of this solution is the loss of the incoming IP in the Tomcat logs.
Apr
2
comment How can I run a server on Linux on port 80 as a normal user?
If the server is Tomcat you can use authbind automatically by setting AUTHBIND=yes in /etc/default/tomcat6
Apr
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comment How can I run a server on Linux on port 80 as a normal user?
Note that this doesn't work with IPv6.
Aug
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