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Firewall (Cpanel on internal IP)

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by fuzzie, Oct 18, 2002.

  1. fuzzie

    fuzzie Well-Known Member

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    I have a firewalled box, running this firewall script:
    http://www.shadowweb.org/fwscript/
    It rocks!!

    All you need to do is forward the ports for cpanel and http like this:
    PORTFW_TCP=&80&192.168.0.XX 2080-2099&192.168.0.XX&

    I'm sure if I include 21 and the smtp ports ftp and mail would be working fine too...but gotta walk before you run.

    Just thought I would post some success after hours of trying to find the right solution.
     
  2. ozzi4648

    ozzi4648 Guest

    [quote:89daf281c9][i:89daf281c9]Originally posted by fuzzie[/i:89daf281c9]

    I have a firewalled box, running this firewall script:
    http://www.shadowweb.org/fwscript/
    It rocks!!

    All you need to do is forward the ports for cpanel and http like this:
    PORTFW_TCP=&80&192.168.0.XX 2080-2099&192.168.0.XX&

    I'm sure if I include 21 and the smtp ports ftp and mail would be working fine too...but gotta walk before you run.

    Just thought I would post some success after hours of trying to find the right solution.

    [/quote:89daf281c9]

    This is a masquerading firewall which will not work for anyone who's server is Co-located or served from a remote location.
     
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