call me dumb but how do i open port 110 suse linux 10
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 25, 2006
Well call me dumb but I need plain english terms in
how to what and where to goto do this.
I need port 110 OPEN I have been all over the net and all roads lead here
but i still havent been able to.
I am a VERY VERY NEWBI....
I have seen other forums about thios subject buut they say stuff like oh! you need to open port 110...... Well people thats what i'm here for below are my specs
Suse Linux 10
apache etc.... list goes on
I am trying to get my own web server up and running
so far so good exept for that port 110 thingy.
I do have other questions but lets take it 1 at a time.
I also wish to install ZEND 2+ and others with out screwing the whole thing up. and haveing to go through a 3 hour reinstall/reformat etc... again
I need percise directions on this port 110 getting it open how?
Email is comming to my server I just cant retrive it
the error is cant connect to server
how do i open port 2095 on Ubuntu Linux 9.04
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 19, 2009
I am battling to log into various webmail servers, each time i'm told that port 2095 might be blocked. My ADSL router seems to be open.
how to open port for Linux Samba for windows users
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 1, 2004
I meet the problem to let windos users (WIN2X/XP) to enter Linux samba server, I think it is related with iptables set up.
I have Redhat9 box, when I choose "no firewall", then windows users can log in Linux samba server with their samba user name and password. If I choose high security firewall, even I open the port 137,138,139 like the follwoings, windoes users can not access Linux samba server, the error is :
\\RH9 is not accessible , the network path cannot find.
Could someone tell me what shall I add in my iptables to make windows user enter samba server? In my iptabels I only open DHCP , SSH and 137-139.
the folliwing is my iptables, I think I should also open other port, but don't know. Thanks for your help,
# Firewall configuration written by lokkit
# Manual customization of this file is not recommended.
# Note: ifup-post will punch the current nameservers through the
# firewall; such entries will *not* be listed here.
INPUT ACCEPT [0:0]
Hi,How i can open port forward on my linux server
- date: April 25, 2014
Hi,How i can open port on my linux server and forward it to my port on my computer when i have communicate with the server using vpn connection [pptp]
1-remote server dedicated ip is x.x.x.x
2-my vpn ip is 10.10.10.230
i need to forward port 443 on x.x.x.x to port 443 on 10.10.10.230
i have tested this command but not worked :
ssh -4 -L 443:10.10.10.230:443 [email protected]
LXer: Teach Your Toddler How to Use a Mouse and Computer on Ubuntu Linux with Open Source Games
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 8, 2013
Published at LXer:
These games are designed for toddlers (age 1 - 3), but if the child has no experience with a computer/mouse, these learning games are great for children above this age. All the games can go in full-screen mode and all of them have sounds. They only require the mouse to play the games, however, some of them have optional keyboard commands also...
How to open port 21
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 3, 2012
I have an ubuntu machine set up.
I have configured an FTP server on this, but can not connect to it from any other FTP client.
I know there is no firewall by default, but I have read that some ports are set to closed by default, so how can I check port 21 is open and change it to open if it is closed. Thank you in advance
iptables how to open port 22 (I guess)
- date: December 3, 2007
I am feeling reasonably clueless about this one .... I am trying to connect to a new server using PuTTY and get SSH Connection Refused. I have been following the The Perfect Server for Gutsy tutorial on howtoforge. I am up to page 3 where it says "From now on you can use an SSH client and connect from your workstation".
Good if it works but for me it does not.
I have installed openssh-server on one machine. Fresh install of Gutsy server and nothing else on the machine.
I am using PuTTY to connect and I get the message Connection Refused.
If I use command line ssh [email protected]
I get more or less the same thing
ssh: connect to host name port 22: Connection refused
Tried from another machine and the same message.
But I can ping the IP and the host name without issue.
So I was asking round and it has been suggested that I need to open port 22 on iptables. If that is the case I do not know how to. Or is there something else I should look at?
I have tried t
How to open port in the firewall ?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 26, 2009
Hello, I want to open port 2700 on my firewall but I don't know how I try with
cant figure how to open port 8080
- date: March 6, 2011
I allow in and out for 80 and 8080
I configure router for these ports
I assume the ip it shows to open is that of my PC attached to the router?
I check but says
Error: I could not see your service on xx ip address on port (8080)
:~$ sudo ufw status
[sudo] password for scott:
WARN: / is world writable!
WARN: / is group writable!
To Action From
-- ------ ----
80/tcp ALLOW Anywhere
8080/tcp ALLOW Anywhere
8080/tcp ALLOW OUT Anywhere
80/tcp ALLOW OUT Anywhere
How to open port 80?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 23, 2009
Well I am (stil) having a time trying to get my Hardy Heron server working. I have Webmin, and can see from it that, yes, Apache2 is running. I used an online portscan, and it said that port 80 was not open. I called my ISP and they said they are not blocking me. I have dynamic name service from DynDNS, and have configured my router accordingly (entered dyndns hostmame, username, password) even chose 'dynamic' where it asked on the router for type of service (that is right?) I had problems though, trying to port forward, for some reason it will not take my settings. I typed in 'http' (name of service) port 89 to port 80, and for forward to, there was a number 192.168.1.1__, where I entered '00', for 192.168.1.100 (what it showed with an ifconfig at the terminal) it showed that address as 'inet address' beside 'wlan', so I hop that is right BUT the router would not keep these settings, whatever I typed in was gone, after I hit 'save' and I tried this ten times lol. What co
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