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Re: [SLE] Cable modem and two addresses
  • From: Jeffrey Taylor <jeff.taylor@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 22 Apr 2002 15:36:59 -0500
  • Message-id: <20020422203659.GE26896@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
You do not need to do anything to your NIC. Allow access to port 80
thru your firewall. (You do have a firewall don't you? If not,
disconnect your modem until you do.) Configure you Web server to
listen on all interfaces (the default with Apache).

This has some serious security issues, so a better solution is to
leave port 80 blocked at the firewall and open port 443 (HTTPS). Then
configure Apache for HTTPS, create a self-signed certificate and
install it, etc.

Jeffrey

Quoting Alfredo Cole <alfredo@xxxxxxxx>:
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>
> Hi:
>
> I'm using 7.2 personal. My cable provider has given me an IP public
> address 64.86.100.135. Internally, within the cable network, my
> address is 10.2.0.248. I want to be able to access my web server from
> the outside. How should I configure my NIC so that it will work as
> desired? Thank you.

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