Ubuntu Servers :: Make It A .com - Redirect DNS To Server IP?

Oct 26, 2010

I'm hosting my own dedicated server with Ubuntu Server 10.10. I have it set up with a static local IP, and I've configured DynDNS to link up with my router and allow my server to go live to the internet. I have all the appropriate ports unlocked, with the exception of port 80. This port is blocked by my ISP (Charter) and I can't use it. Due to this, I configured my router to listen on port 81, and direct it to my server.

So, In order to view it, you need to go to the IP XXX.xxx.XXX.xxx:81 Today, I registered (www.online-self.com) in hopes of getting around my current mask (provided by DynDNS.com (omegame.selfip.com). So here is my dilemma, When I go to the host of my domain name , I want to redirect my DNS to my server IP.

I can't seem to do it though? They want a strict IP address, no port extensions. How do I get around this so that my domain name and IP address link up? I'm thinking I may be missing a step, or maybe I needed to register a domain name that simply redirects? I'm starting to get confused on what I should do next. Can I even do this?

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Ubuntu Networking :: Make Redirect To A Remote Mysql Server?

Mar 22, 2010

I'd love a hint or two on the following problem. I've set up iptables rules to forward all connections to port 3306 to a non-standard mysql port on a remote server. This works, except that I need to deal with the loopback interface in a special way and I'm stuck.

iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp --dport 3306 -j DNAT --to 128.XXX.XXX.XXX:3197
iptables -A FORWARD -p tcp -d 128.XXX.XXX.XXX --dport 3197 -j ACCEPT
iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -j MASQUERADE
Since locally-generated packets will never hit the PREROUTING rule, you'll need to setup a near identical rule using OUTPUT to make it work. Here is what I've tried:


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Server :: Redirect Different Domains To Different Internal Servers

Apr 23, 2010

I have several web servers running apache on my LAN. Each internal server hosts a number of domains.I would like to make these available to the internet and make sure they all get to use port 80 and 443.My idea was to put Apache on the firewall and have all http(s) traffic from the Internet to my firewall be redirected by Apache to the different internal apache servers. This, in theory, would allow me to keep the standard http(s) port.

Can this be done? I was thinking of mod_rewrite and mod_redirect but in all honesty, I'm a little at a loss on where to start.Can someone point me to relevant documentation or give me the basic idea on how to start?

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Ubuntu Servers :: Redirect DNS Lookups To Other Servers?

Jan 12, 2011

Removed the thread; figured out that this does work in the zones config:

<Record you want redirected to another nameserver><tab>IN<tab>NS<tab><name server to redirect the query to>

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Aug 4, 2010

I would like to make a url redirect in the .htaccess. I wonder where to find it and how to use it

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Ubuntu Servers :: How To Make The Server Route Between

Nov 9, 2010

For the last couple of days I've been building on a server built from an old (well, not too old) computer. My goal is to use it for multiple purposes like a webserver, home automation, and possibly a future media center (if I get my TV card to work). But perhaps the main reason is to get wireless access to the internet for my laptop, and to connect it to my other (stationary) computer. When I'm done I'm also planning on writing a guide for setting up an access point with the rt61 chipset, as there seems to be many people looking for this. First I just need to get through this problem though .

For this I use two wired NICs, eth0 for the local interface to my computer, and eth1 as an external interface for the internet. Moreover I use a wireless NIC (DWL-G510 using the rt61pci driver) in conjunction with the daemon hostapd to provide a wireless interface for portable computers to connect to. eth1 gets its IP through DHCP from my ISP, while eth0 and wlan0 have static IPs on two different subnets like this (copied from /etc/network/interfaces):

auto eth0
iface eth0 inet static


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Ubuntu Servers :: How To Make Apache Server Viewable To Everyone

Jan 28, 2010

I have it set up so when I go to URL... it shows my server. I'm not sure how I can make it viewable to everyone though.

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Ubuntu Servers :: Make A Virtual Dedicated Server?

Sep 29, 2010

if anyone can point me in the direction of a tutorial (step by step) how to make a virtual dedicated server using ubuntu to host a website?

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Ubuntu Servers :: Server Can't Make Outgoing Connections

Jul 17, 2011

I have a ubuntu 10.04 dedicated server that I am having problems with. It intermittently cannot connect to any other servers outside its network.


PING ( 56(84) bytes of data.
--- ping statistics ---
8 packets transmitted, 0 received, 100% packet loss, time 7008ms

(I have tried a bunch of other ips too and none outside its network are pingable) I'm not sure if this is a problem with my server or a problem with the networking outside the server. I have been emailing my server provider and they keep on insisting the problem is with the server and that their network is working fine. Apparently all of their other servers work and they can login into the gateway and ping from there. So they just want to reinstall the OS, but I thought I'd post here to see if anyone has any ideas.

Here is some info I have gained while troubleshooting: I haven't changed any settings at all on the server for months. I haven't done any updates for about a week. The strangest thing is that this is intermittent, there have been a few times in the last 24 hours where I have been able to ping or other ips, but 98% of the time I can't. I have also tried rebooting the server, which had no effect. I can ping the gateway, and I can ping other servers on the same subnet. I can ssh onto the server from my home internet connection, and I can view webpages on apache, so incoming connections work.

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Apr 5, 2009

I just recently made a server using Fedora 10 and i was wondering if it is possible to set it up so that i don't need a GPU for fedora to boot properly. Since the GPU isn't being used i was hoping to save on a little bit more electricity.

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Ubuntu Servers :: Make Server Listen At Different Port For HTTP?

Apr 6, 2010

How can I set my server to listen at a different port for http access. I would like to use port 8080 (to circumnavigate isp blocks). Also can I do the same thing for sftp connections?

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Ubuntu Servers :: How Much Disk Would Be Needed To Make It A Full DNS Server

Jul 4, 2010

I have Bind on the machine at present, but I was wondering how much disk would be needed to make it a full DNS server that could act in place of a dead upstream service.

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Ubuntu Servers :: Make Start An Iptables.cf Script On Server?

Mar 5, 2011

I am trying to make start an iptables.cf script on my server.

I have copied it into /etc/init.d/
And try to make it load with /etc/init.d/iptables.cf start
Then "not permission" (I was the root then).
So, sudo /etc/init.d/iptables.cf start
Then, "command not found".

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Ubuntu Servers :: Make An Xubuntu Based File Server?

Mar 29, 2011

i need to make an file server.but I'm not gonna ask how because that's a piece of pie.The thing is i need to make an ubuntu/xubuntu based file server.For windows users.But not just a regular file server. A File Server with accounts. That when you try to access the file server in explorer you need to provide a username and password.And that you( as the administrator) manage the privileges for the server/folder/file. so with different permissions.

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Ubuntu Servers :: Redirect To Another Internal Webserver?

Feb 26, 2010

I have two servers on my network One with ubuntu 9.10 server And one with openSUSE 11.2.The ubuntu server is my webserver and runs phpsysinfo and my website. On the openSuse server i have a webbased application and some files that i want people to be able to reach by using mydomain.com wich points to my ubuntu server. Is there any way to do this?

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Ubuntu Servers :: Redirect All Network To Squid?

Apr 28, 2010

I've been having a hard time googling and trying to get ALL network connection to be redirected to squid proxy. I couldn't find a proper configuration for ufw or iptables. The ideas are:

1. redirection rule should NOT depend on a specific network inteface, but should work with any connection type, ex.: ppp0 or eth0... 2. firewall rules can be for firehol, iptables, or ufw (the same as iptables, just tell me where to place them). Preferably ufw or gufw. 3. should not interfere on cups web interface and lighttpd server.

BTW: it's not a ubuntu server install

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Ubuntu Servers :: Redirect All Outgoing Emails?

May 10, 2010

Here's what I'm trying to do to complete my rocking development server.

I would like all outgoing email on my Ubuntu server to be redirected to one email address (internal or external). I don't have any mail server installed yet (I'll probably use postfix unless you have another suggestion).

The reason I would like this to work is because I'm a web developer working on multiple projects. When I start working on a new project I would like to be able to test some of the forms and features in the web application (PHP) without having emails sent to the email address configured in the application. I can always change configurations but having my development server forward the emails would save me lots of trouble.

If one of my php application sends an email to: user1@domain.com, user3@domain4.com... I would like all of them to forward to myemail@domain.com

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Ubuntu Servers :: How To Redirect Web Access Into Different Web Apps

Sep 30, 2010

I got two web apps in my single linux box, they are Wiki and Mantis the screenshot of the web apps directory shown below.I have created the DNS CNAME record for this server which point to the main server SV6.somehow i got error after i edit it and restart the Apache server.

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Jun 19, 2011

Our company owns multiple tld's for our corporate domain (e.g. company.com, company.net, etc.). Currently, we operate the main website at [URL]. To have "company.net" et al forward/redirect to "company.com", should we use a 301 redirect or setup a ServerAlias in Apache's virtual host directive (we use name-based virtual hosting on Ubuntu Server). Are there any SEO penalties from one approach vs. the other (e.g. Google thinking you have multiple sites with the same contact + flagging it as spam)?

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Feb 27, 2009

I brought a TV card and installed on Fedora 9.Want to know how to make it as a streaming server?

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Apr 28, 2009

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Ubuntu Servers :: Redirect Logs From Device Out Of /var/log/messages

May 4, 2010

I have configured my Cisco firewall to redirect all its logs to my Ubuntu 9.1 server (no UI.)

Now, my /var/log/messages is getting all the firewall logs + all other logs.

I'm wondering if there is a way to redirect the logs from my Cisco Firewall (coming from UDP port 514) to another file.

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Ubuntu Servers :: .htaccess For Redirect After Site Move?

Aug 10, 2010

How can I redirect my URL after a site move.I have phpBB forum software installed on a 10.04 server, and I recently moved the forums from mysite.com/forums/ to mysite.com/.

So, a thread that looked like
now looks like


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Aug 28, 2010

I operate a home network with Ubuntu Server 10.04 with services including DHCP3, Bind9, Apache, and so on. Since I host several dozen websites from home, I have to run Bind DNS. All Ubuntu boxes on my network operate fine. However, all Windows boxes on the network seem to forget to look internally for DNS after a couple of page loads on my internal sites. The network settings still indicate that my internal domain name server is the first lookup and everything seems normal.

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Networking :: Hide The IP Of Y Server Want X Server To Be As VNC Proxy And Redirect All VNC Sessions To Y Server

Aug 21, 2010

I've two internet based server ( xx.xx.xx.xx and yy.yy.yy.yy ) The Y server is running VNC server and is responsible for answering to VNC sessions. But I need to hide the IP of Y server so I want X server to be as VNC Proxy and redirect all VNC sessions to Y server.

I guess the best way is to use iptables but actually I can't get it working so

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Ubuntu Servers :: Make A Local Mail Server That Itself Is A Client To A WAN Mail Server?

Mar 10, 2011

How do I make a local mail server that itself is a client to a WAN mail server.I want the local mail server to query new mail every 30 minutes from the WAN server.

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Ubuntu Servers :: Apache Redirect For Connection Coming Via External IP?

May 14, 2010

On my Server I have an application running. I have the External IP address of the Server registered in DNS so users requiring access from outside the office can enter a full URL rather then an IP address.

How to I change my Apache config so that all traffic that comes into the server from the URL is put over https?

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Ubuntu Servers :: Apache2 Virtual Host Appears To Redirect Url ?

Jun 4, 2010

My goal is a testing server with an apache virtual host for each site that I'm working on, with fairly painless setup for each new job.For example, I want http://site-a.mydomain to server this document root /home/client-a/site-a/public_html (or something to that effect)Ideally, DNS will use a wildcard to point http://anything-i-type.mydomain to the testing server, and apache will have a dynamic virtual host definition that will do a little magic so that I won't have to mess with DNS records or add a new virtual host each time I add a new site for a client. I'll worry about that when I get there, just put that out there in case anyone has any tips! for now I just have one little problem that's hurting my mood-

It looks like I've got my DNS server working just fine, so yay there- BUT my first attempt at adding a virtual host isn't working quite how I expected- meaning that site-a.mydomain now serves up the correct document root, but when you put http://site-a.mydomain into the browser's address bar, the address bar is then updated to - bogus!! I must be missing an option like "FunnyBusiness Off" -

root@ubuntuvm:/etc/apache2/sites-available# vim client-a.mydomain
<VirtualHost *:80>
UseCanonicalName Off
ServerName site-a.mydomain
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Ubuntu Servers :: Redirect Messages From Kernel Ringbuffer To A Logfile?

Aug 2, 2010

Is there a way I can redirect messages from kernel ringbuffer to a logfile, e.g. with rsyslogd? With redirect I mean that the messages do no longer appear in dmesg, but only in the logfile.
In my case that should be iptables log messages.

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Programming :: Bash - Automatically Build A Set Of Packages And Redirect Output Into Logs - Failed Make Should Return A Non-zero Value

Jun 27, 2011

I have a set of bash scripts that I'm running that automatically build a set of packages for me and redirect their output into logs. Basically, I have a bunch of lines that are something like this: ${CONFIGURE_DIR}/configure &> ${LOG_DIR}/log or cd ${CONFIGURE_DIR} && make &> ${LOG_DIR}/log, etc.

This is supposed to make the entire process silent. However, sometimes with some packages some output leaks to my console (either stdout or stderr). I'm thinking that maybe the configure scripts/make are executing commands within new shell instances that don't inherit my redirect, or something to that effect.

Another reason for thinking this is that in another part of my script I detect errors when running make by testing with "if [ $? -ne 0 ]", and if the redirect leaks to my console and also the leaked output indicates that the build failed ("make: Error" and so on), then my $? test fails (i.e., it thinks that $? == 0, whereas a failed make should return a non-zero value). It's as if my original script can't "see" the results from child commands executed from later scripts.

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