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csorhand

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  • Member Since: 15 Apr 10
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    RE: Linux Server for WinXP VPN clients with AD integ
    northenio , have you tried the openvpn software? I think it has some AD integration on it. Thanks.
    Link to this post 18 Dec 10

    northenio ,


    have you tried the openvpn software? I think it has some AD integration on it. Thanks.

  • csorhand
    RE: Open ports for ftp, ssh and webserver
    ThijsM , When you say you want to open the port to the internet do you mean you want to access your VM from the internet? Questions: 1.Do you have valid IP of your laptop? (Public IP) 2. does your VM had firewall setup? or your laptop has firewall setup on it. 3. What particular VM are you using? how did you deploy your networking settings on your VM? Please advise so that we can help you. Thanks.
    Link to this post 18 Dec 10

    ThijsM ,

    When you say you want to open the port to the internet do you mean you want to access your VM from the internet?

    Questions:

    1.Do you have valid IP of your laptop? (Public IP)
    2. does your VM had firewall setup? or your laptop has firewall setup on it.
    3. What particular VM are you using? how did you deploy your networking settings on your VM?

    Please advise so that we can help you. Thanks.

  • csorhand
    RE: Opening Ports
    saqman2060 , Applications open up ports for your system not commands. You can try #netstat -apn it will show you what particular program is running on what ports. If you encounter "connection refused' that means either the apps is not running or the port you tried is not the port defined by your application.
    Link to this post 18 Dec 10

    saqman2060 ,

    Applications open up ports for your system not commands. You can try #netstat -apn it will show you what particular program is running on what ports.


    If you encounter "connection refused' that means either the apps is not running or the port you tried is not the port defined by your application.

  • csorhand
    RE: cannot execute binary file
    Tamilselvan, what is your permission in /bin. maybe files mentioned in that folder are too restrictive. Loosen up a bit the permission and test if its working.
    Link to this post 15 Apr 10

    Tamilselvan,

    what is your permission in /bin. maybe files mentioned in that folder are too restrictive. Loosen up a bit the permission and test if its working.

  • csorhand
    RE: Problem while installing WAS ND package
    I have a workaround for that mate. for the meantime bypass the mozilla and perform the following. on your WAS directory #java -jar setup.jar that will execute the installation without the mozilla.
    Link to this post 15 Apr 10

    I have a workaround for that mate. for the meantime bypass the mozilla and perform the following.
    on your WAS directory

    #java -jar setup.jar

    that will execute the installation without the mozilla.

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