Admin AnythingGoes wrote: > Hello Fedora-list, > > I have a F7 server that has been working perfectly as far as getting > people out into the net. > > But recently, I have needed the capability to access the server FROM > the net. > > I can ping the server, but I cannot SSH in, FTP in or WEB BROWSE in.. > All the appropriate servers are running and are easily accessed from > within the 192.168.1.x subnet.. > > I don't have a router in place between the box and the Net. I am > using a DSL Modem in Dumb/Bridge mode. The Fedora 7 handles the > connection and authentication and acts as a > Gateway/Router/Firewall to the rest of the 192.168.1.x subnet. > > Another point is I DO have a firewall in play (FireStarter) but I have > set a rule so that the IP of the test machine is cleared to come in on > all ports. I have also completely shutdown FireStarter and I still > couldn't access the Server. IPtables is also shut down completely, > so that's not interfering with the connection. > > I am sure it's something grossly simple that I am missing. > Any help would be most appreciated. > > > AG > > Did you check the configuring file for the services? They may be configured to only allow access from the local network. Also, you would be wise to upgrade to a supported version of Fedora, especially on a box connected directly to the Internet? Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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