i am running ncat (netcat's new version from nmap) on centos . I am listening on different ports. My question is , is it possible that when a connection is received on a port say 123, i redirect this connection to a different port and use the 123 port again for listening connections. ncat has an option -k which u can add with -l , it will force fully listen on the port. It can accept multiple connections on a single port but i want that once a client connects on to 123 port, he is forwarded to some other port and no longer on 123.
I'm have a base level understand of linux at this point. I have Debian box that I am trying to do some port redirection with.
I have my external NIC as eth0 with an IP of x.x.250.5. I have my internal NIC as eth1 with an IP of 192.168.1.1.
On the internal network I have a NAS box with a web interface at 192.168.1.100. What I need is to set it up so that a request to x.x.250.5:8080 will some how forward/redirect to the internal network NAS box at 192.168.1.100:80.
Ok, here goes, I have a rdp server sitting at a remote store which is behind a router I do not control.
I might be able to get the phone company to add routing to it but at the moment I'd like to do this with ssh and reverse port routing, because I might need this for other ports later and I never know if the phone company wont break other routings already in place or just screw up the entire thing .
I am able to have a linux box at the site ssh into a server located where I'm at and reverse port forward port 3389 to that server. I can also then ssh into that server from my linux box and port forward 3389 to my box, under another port since my 3389 is already in use. Finally I can use rdesktop to rdp on the my local box which bounces it through the server and back to the linux box which forwards it to the rdp server (A Windows 2008 server to be exact). This is all well and good and works reasonably fast, but, I need to be able to have users on windows boxes at my site do this without all of the rigmarole. I need to, I guess, redirect a normal open port, or create one, on the server where I am so that it connects internally to the reverse forwarded port or open the internal port to the outside. So I guess I need to make it a 'gateway' for that one port, this way all I have to do is point the rdp clients at the main server and port to have it eventually connect to the rdp server in the remote store.
how to go about doing it. I guess I need an iptables entry forwarding the port but I'm not sure what is should be.
The other option is opening up the port 3389 to the outside but I'm not sure how to do that either. Right now I have no iptables entries at all but even if I turn off iptables completely port 3389 is not available if I try to use it from another pc on the network but I can rdp from the server itself using the 3389 port so I know it's working internally.
I am using squid proxy server in my Linux machine for caching. Now i want run my squid in transparent mode not set proxy settings in browsers.Like squid is running port 3128. If we redirect the port 80 packets to port 3128, looping is occurred.How to avoid looping?
I'm running a server with Ubuntu 10.04 installed. I recently set up a VirtualHost (I'll call it my.website.com), like I have in the past without any problems. But this time, I'm stumped. When I connect to my.website.com, it should hit port 80, right? It doesn't; rather, it hits port 8000. I don't have any rewrites/redirections (I checked wherever possible) and checked apache2.conf (httpd.conf is empty).
VERY new to linux, erm but I have an issue that needs solving!I recently moved to university, where their network blocks sftp port 22, this means that I cannot connect to my FTP server which is running a version of linux.Now I've got this ftp server connected to a seedbox and it was created using the following walk through..Code:I have written this guide for a friend, but I though it would be useful for others as well.
There are several guides floating around, but I found that most always cock up in some way. This one is tried and tested to work on Debian Etch (on an OVH rps, but should apply to most servers).If there is a new stable release of rtorrent/libtorrent then I will update this guide to show you how to update it (without reinstalling the whole server).
At the bottom there are also instructions to install ftp access & some network monitoring software.Basically, I would really like someone to be able to construct the commands on how to change the listen port for sftp connection on linux or add another port to the list that Linux would use so that I could put in through putty.
I want to do a simple port redirect, i.e. whatever comes trough whatever interface on port AAAA will get redirected to port BBBBI thought that iptables -t nat -I PREROUTING --source 0/0 --destination 0/0 -p tcp --dport AAAA -j REDIRECT --to-ports BBBBhowever it doesn't work, e.g. nc -v -w2 -z localhost AAAA gives:
nc: connect to localhost port AAAA (tcp) failed: Connection refused while nc -v -w2 -z localhost BBBB
I'm trying to set rxtxSerial to work so a Java app has access to a serial port (via SiLabs CP210x driver, port /dev/ttyUSB0). When I use update-alternatives --config java, there are 3 alternatives which provide `java'. I have tried openJDK and Sun. Both fail but with completely different messages.
I installed ZTE MF 626 modem in my F10 with kernel 126.96.36.199-170, i run usb_modeswitch and so far things happened normally. Watching through /var/log/messages it says that F10 detects two port device for this modem: ttyUSB1 and ttyUSB2, and in the sequence it disable port ttyUSB1 BUT Network Manager still set this port.I mean, when i connect via wvdial appointing to ttyUSB2 i get connection, but Network Manager fails to do it appointing to ttyUSB1. How to change device port in Network Manager?
I am facing two issues with CUPS - 1. I have installed cups 1.3.9 over OpenSuse11 x86. Please check below -
cups:/usr/share/cups/banners # cups-config --version 1.3.9 cups:/usr/share/cups/banners # cat /proc/version Linux version 188.8.131.52-9-pae (geeko@buildhost) (gcc version 4.3.2 [gcc-4_3-branch revision 141291] (SUSE Linux) ) #1 SMP 2008-12-04 18:10:04 +0100
I have added few printers over there and everything is working fine. I can also able to add - delete - modify any printers from "yast2 printer" command. I can also able to browse cups web interface via http://cups:631, but when I am going to manage the printers (start - stop - delete etc), none of the buttons are working in firefox5 not even in IE also. Older version of firefox is giving error as "This address uses a network port which is normally used for purposes other than Web browsing. Firefox has canceled the request for your protection." All other buttons are working properly.
2. LINUX - LINUX Printing - OK LINUX - WINDOWS Printing - OK WINDOWS - LINUX Printing - NOT OK
While giving printing from Windows machine (Printer attached on Linux), there is no problem to coonect the printers, but unable to print.
I'm trying to limit access to port 8443 on our server to 2 specific IP addresses. For some reason, access is still being allowed even though I drop all packets that aren't from the named IP addresses. The default policy is ACCEPT on the INPUT chain and this is how we want to keep it for various reasons I wont get into here. Here's the output from iptables -vnL
Note the actual IP we are using is masked here with 184.108.40.206. Until I can get everything working properly, we're only allowing access from 1 IP instead of 2. We can add the other one once it all works right. I haven't worked with iptables very much. So I'm quite confused about why packets matching the DROP criteria are still being allowed.
I have a QMgr running on a SUSE 11.1 - I start my runmqlsr under qmgr control on 1414. After a few minutes the listener dies saying that it can't bind to port. I did a netstat -a and I see no service on 1414. I did an lsof | grep 1414 and found nothing. what am I missing here?
I have a problem with one of my new OpenSuse installation. I install ntop on this machine so the port 3000 become open, but when i want to use it on a other pc, it cannot see the open port. I really don't understand why i cannot access this port.
I disabled firewall to make sure everything pass.
Here my ntop on my localhost
Nmap done: 1 IP address (1 host up) scanned in 0.07 seconds
Here my ntop from another host
Nmap done: 1 IP address (1 host up) scanned in 0.07 seconds
I have a Suse 10.3 router with 4 network cards. 1 is to connect to the big network and thereby also the internet, 2 are for 'client' subnets and I want to use the last one as a DMZ. In this DMZ will be a web server which has to be accessible from the other 2 subnets and from the big network. I could do it with a few simple clicks in Yast firewall, but I have some issues with this firewall and there for I want to use it as minimal as possible, using Iptables.
So now I'm struggling a bit with Iptables. Basicly what I'm looking for is how to block all ports but 80 in this last subnet with iptables.
* a router/gateway. The external interface have the public IP, an other the DMZ, a third the internal room* a DMZ with the web server* an internal network (internet public room)I redirect the http port 80 to the web server. You should see him there.But I can't see this web site from the internal room. From the public IP /URL I have some sort of non existent message (sorry forgot to copy it). If I call for the private IP, I get the home page (but not the CSS files)the gateway nat's the networks.What is the trick to see the web site from the internal network?
I have properly configured my router to open a port for Transmission and Vuze. The OpenSuSE firewall settings are somewhat confusing, however. How do I add a port specifically for the BT protocol? I know it's the firewall causing issues, because when I shut it down, my BT apps roar to life, and die with a whimper when I turn it back on. In Ubuntu, opening a port in the router is automatically configured in the firewall; that is apparently not the case with this distro.
So, when I go to Yast Firewall, I see "allowed services" under the tabs available. When I hit that tab, I see a dropdown menu that contains services such as NetBios Server and Samba Server. Am I choosing one of those available and adding a port to it? Am I adding a custom service via the Advanced settings, and if so, why isn't there a way to label the service so that it shows up under allowed services?
I used to have Opensuse 11.0 and Vuze 4.0.2 and both were working great. Recently I upgraded to OpenSuse 11.3 and installed Vuze 4.5.10. I did not change any configuration in the ADSL router but now I could not get the smiley icon to go green. I followed all the steps given here: A Quick Bittorrent Guide (with screenshots). It doesn't work. so I modified FW_ROUTE and FW_MASQUERADE to yes in /etc/sysconfig/SuSefirewall2. That also does not work. What did I miss here? My ADSL router is DSL-2640T.
In the firewall, I opened port 5900 for TCP traffic. Now the console is displaying packet information whenever a connection is made. Why does it send a message to stdout/stderr for an allowed connection? How can I stop it? Logging level is set to critical only, and not-accepted packets should only be logged for the internal and DMZ zones.
I did a fresh install of OpenSuSE 11.3 KDE 64-bit on my new laptop. Worked like a charm. But I brought it with me to work without connecting it to a wi-fi and now the network manager doesn't want to start when I'm back in range of my home connection. Also, whenever I try to launch KNetworkManager, it won't load up a window and I still can't connect. This is even disabling the Ethernet port also.
My problem is that the Mailserver in OpenSuse 11.1 (postfix, amavisd, spamassassin, clamAV en Razor) can not recieve e-mails, outgoing is ok. The problem started when I added 2 new users to de LDAP-server connected to Postfix.Some users can login, but most of them are getting the error: cant connect POP3 connection refused port 995.