I would like to use my Ubuntu server machine as a proxy so I can browse a little more securely/privately while I am traveling. I connect to a lot of open Wi-FI networks.I have Squid setup on an old laptop running Ubuntu Server 10.10 at home, and the main machine I will be using to connect to the proxy is a computer running Windows Vista.I am able to connect and use the Ubuntu Server machine as a proxy while traveling with the squid config file modified with http access set to 'allow all'.
Obviously this isn't the ideal setting.After lots of reading and Googling I can't figure out how to allow only my Vista laptop to use the proxy.I'm a little lost with the ACL settings required.
I'm a newbie on Ubuntu, I have a problem with squid proxy. I'd like to configure a system, include:
- a server is named ProxyServer that is installed Squid proxy. - three servers, are named FTPServer01, FTPServer02, FTPServer03. each server is installed vsftpd. - Clients are installed Filezilla to up/download resource.
All servers are managed by IP address. When a client request a resource, client connect to ProxyServer, this ProxyServer will switch to one of Ftp servers. I do not know how to configure the squid's config file to setup them.
I'm using a Debian box as a gateway. I'm planning on bridging my DLink 604T modem/router so that traffic on the LAN goes to my gateway (which only has one NIC). The Debian box is running a PPPoe application which I'm hoping to log into the ISP through the DLink. I plan to configure the box as a squid transparent proxy. Most Howtos I've seen use NAT with 2 NICs, eth0 for the LAN and eth1 for the Internet. Any step-through to set up NAT for this?
I try for new LTS 10.4 32 bit at home..i install it with squid 2.7stable8 on it..after few hours my squid are freeze...so i have to reboot again and again..it never happen before with hardy. when i look on squid log...i cant find something wrong..but when i check wheter squid running or not.. squid wont auto running on start up..
I want to configure squid server with SSL so that users send clear text username/password and also data in encrypted mode. i googled but all of the configuration is for reverse proxy not requests from users to proxy server in LAN for example.
I have 4 servers running squid/3.1.1 proxy server. Since the latest version I can no longer FTP. I have posted this problem in multiple places but have received almost no response. I've found several other post to this problem throughout the Internet which have also gone unanswered. So, once again, I thought I'd give it a try. As I said "I have 4 servers running the newest version of Squid". When I try to access an ftp, any ftp, I receive an error (check attached image). This was never a problem until just recently. Squid should work perfectly find with ftp, it is not a strictly http proxy.
I turned my firewall off just to make sure, still had the same issue. If I jump directly on the server itself with no proxy settings set in the browser it will work fine. As soon as I set the browser setting to access the Squid software I get the same error. I've included my squid config (which is unchanged from the default settings), maybe somebody better versed than myself can point out an obvious flaw. Everything else seem to work just fine, it's only FTP that's a problem.
I would like to ask some help and tutorial for setting up and how to configure squid proxy server in my (Home PC Server). I am a newbie in Linux Centos. I already installed in my system the CentOS 5.5 . Now, I want to configure it as my internet server, all of my 4 system running in Windows including the laptop I want to connect through my CentOS pc with username authentication. I assign all IP address by static. see tthe attachement in my set up. [url] I just want to know what I need to change and add in my squid config file. And how can I configure properly my CentOS with 2 LAN card as internet server.
i got an old server with a 64mb flash-disk in.this seems to be the boot-disk.would it be possible to get ubuntu server on this?there is also an ide-disk in.in my opinion it should be good to boot of the flash disk and put the /home or /srv on the ide disk.someone any ideas about this?
Do we really need the lines if I am allowing any machine to connect? And I have only 1 network card. This is acting as a dedicated TFTP server.I ask as I get an error on the get and put commands as below:
tftp> get xxx.txt tftp: error received from server <File not found> tftp: aborting
However although it gives an error it DOES GET the file.The put command however does NOT put the file. I have nobody / nogroup setup for the directory permissions as well.
tftp> put .vimrc tftp: error received from server <File not found> tftp: aborting
I am completely new to everything linux, however I decided that it was time to do something with an old pc I had and I was thinking of setting it up as a home server. I look around for an easy guide on how to set up the server from the begining but I can't seem to find one that's good for a complete beginner like me.What I would like to do is to had the server as a place where I keep all my movies, music etc and be able to acces it from my home network and also from outside of it. Also, I would like to connect my two printers to this server and share them on the network.
Is there a place where I can find simple information about what I want to do and is it possible for a complete beginner like me to do what I want to do?
I need to set up a server for my company.There are only 4 people working here and we want a server that will allow us to run a cloud-like system. We want to be able to log in and use programs and have our files available from within the office and at home. I've used Citrix in the past and would like something similar, but free/open source if possible.I want an Ubuntu based server that gives the user a windows compatible environment. What I mean is it needs to be able to run windows software.What kind of hardware do I need? We want to run fairly resource hungry software like GIS and mapping software. I want to run Ubuntu server but what other software will I need?
Ive tried on multiple occasions to setup a dhcp server, but all the google searches return legitimate results it seems, and ill set everything up, except the last few instructions i have to configure /etc/dhcp3/dhcpd.conf and /etc/default/dhcp3-server, but ubuntu says its not there.Im running Ubuntu Server 11.04 and using nano to edit files
I am going to set up a file server on Ubuntu. I have searched a while, but can't seem to find a guide to what I want. The requirements specifications are the following:File server: possible to upload, change and download files.Linux (Ubuntu) clients, Windows clients if possible.Access restriction to deny access to other than registered users.Only the user should be able to read the content of the files.Ideally root should not be able to see the individual files, but in worst case it is ok for root to see the files.Root should not be able to open the files.Point 1-3 is easy to find out how to set up. But I can't seem to find a way to deny root to view the files. The only solution I can think of is to encrypt files or a whole folder, but I don't know how to set it up.
The setup is for a home network, but the server used as a file server will have a web server as well. If someone manages to get access to the server I don't want them to be able to read the files.
I am trying to setup a DNS server on my local network. When I set linux clients to use it, it works as expected. However, when I set windows clients to it, the root name doesn't resolve. For example, I have a zone called daniel. On linux "anything.daniel" resolves to the correct ip as does "daniel" which is the behavior I want. However, on windows 7, "anything.daniel" resolves correctly, but "daniel" doesn't. I am new to BIND9 so my config is mostly copy and pasted. Here is my zone file for daniel (where #.#.#.# is the ip I want daniel to resolve to):
@ IN SOA ns1.daniel. admin.daniel. ( 2007031001 28800 3600
I would like to setup a reliable webserver, mail server, DNS and Dynamic DNS, DHCP, SQL, FTP, Samba (with Roaming Profiles), PXE Boot Server.I know how to setup most of the server modules, i would just like to know the best way to do it tho. I also want to no how to setup the secuity of the system correctly, and setup and partition up my hard disks to allow for the best reliabilty, even when a server crashes.I would like to now how to set these servers up from start to finish in a sence.
I'm running Ubuntu 10.04 server as a guest on a Windows 7 host using VirtualBox. I've set the VirtualBox configuration to use a Bridged network connection so that I can access the internet through the Ubuntu guest and to access the Ubuntu apache server through my Windows host.This is all running on my laptop which connects to various routers using dhcp (some ip addresses start with 198. while others start with 10.) What I need is a single static ip address (or hostname/url) to setup my cms (drupal).how I can accomplish this given the varying routers the laptop connects to?
I recently setup a server running subversion. It is working well and all, but I am curious as to how to make it send out email alerts to my team when a commit occurs.Also, are their any good GUI tools to manage a subversion server in Ubuntu. The command line is fine since I made some scripts but a nice GUI would be great! Maybe that could be a fun project to work on.
i have been searching ways to setup an ftp server. but it seems, everything i tried does not work or not what i wanted.how to setup an ftp server, allowing only permitted users. I'm using the desktop edition live cd.
I have recently setup an Ubuntu 10.04 Minimal x64 Server. I plan on setting it up as a mail server. I need a secure server, that has spam prevention on it. Im setting up around 50 domains and would like a web based control panel. What is the most secure mail server, that i can setup for multiple domains?
I'm trying to setup a NAS for my network, the only problem is that I can't figure out how to do it. On my network I have about 3 computers however only I only use 2 of them so I thought that maybe I could use the third computer in such a way that I could access it 24/7 from the internet as a server for all of my files (school papers, music etc etc...). The only problem is that I don't know where to get started. Both of the computers I'm currently using are Windows and the one that I,hopefully, can turn into a server is running on Ubuntu.