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G3ZXX

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    Open Port 2222 ?
    Hi All. I am basically NEW to Linux, but got no responses to asking the following, via the Newbies Forum. I have managed to set up a simple server using Apache2.2, with some assistance from a friend. But I perceive that I need to "Open Port 2222" to enable individuals on the Internet, to see the information that the specific software is generating. Can't get my brain around "Open Port 2222" !!!! I'm using Debian 6.0.3 Any help, would be very much appreciated. Cheers Dave.
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    Hi All.

    I am basically NEW to Linux, but got no responses to asking the following, via the Newbies Forum.

    I have managed to set up a simple server using Apache2.2, with some assistance from a friend.

    But I perceive that I need to "Open Port 2222" to enable individuals on the Internet, to see the information that the specific software is generating.

    Can't get my brain around "Open Port 2222" !!!!

    I'm using Debian 6.0.3

    Any help, would be very much appreciated.

    Cheers Dave.

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    How do I open port 2222
    Yes, I am basically NEW to Linux. However I have managed to set up a simple server using Apache2.2, with some assistance from a friend. But I perceive that I need to "Open Port 2222" to enable individuals on the Internet, to see the information. Can't get my brain around that bit !!!! I'm using Debian 6.0.3 Any help, which should be put as simply as possible, would be very much appreciated. Cheers Dave.
    Link to this post 02 Mar 12

    Yes, I am basically NEW to Linux.

    However I have managed to set up a simple server using Apache2.2, with some assistance from a friend.

    But I perceive that I need to "Open Port 2222" to enable individuals on the Internet, to see the information.

    Can't get my brain around that bit !!!!

    I'm using Debian 6.0.3

    Any help, which should be put as simply as possible, would be very much appreciated.

    Cheers Dave.

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