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From "joe.w.byers@cox.net" <joe.w.by...@cox.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] connection refused
Date Fri, 25 Feb 2005 18:41:15 GMT
I am not familiar with SSH or how to get it running.  I am a linux 
newbie with experiece using unix that is 10 years out of date.

any good links to SSH help, I would appreciate.

thank you


Tony Karakashian wrote:

>>I have a dynamic ip address and port 80 is blocked.  I have set my dell
>>true mobile wireless router to forward all http to my 192.168.2.X using
>>port 81.  I have enabled port 81 in my services file.  I have set the
>>apache httpd.conf to listen to port 80-81 and 8080.
>>    
>>
>
>Can you telnet into port 81 from the outside and get a response?  I
>usually just do a "Get index.html" just to see if I get an error.
>
>  
>
>>My router is forwarding requests because I have also enables telnet and
>>can access my server from external locations.
>>
>>Any suggestions?
>>    
>>
>
>Yes, stop using telnet on the Internet and use SSH. ;-)  If you've got
>external telnet enabled on your router, you're an open book to even
>the worst of the script-kiddies.  If your router doesn't support
>direct SSH, then enable SSH on an internal machine, and have the
>router forward it back to that machine.  Once you've SSHed into an
>internal machine, you can telnet in to the internal IP of your router
>over your internal wire, which'll be a little more secure.
>
>-T
>
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