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Hello,

I just registered Eserv2.8 version and had been using it on trial prior. I had alread set up the Web Proxy and and FTP Gate Proxy Server. So, our small LAN has been able to get onto the net and FTP behind the firewall.

Our ISP is non local. We share a knowledge base with another LAN of another organization in another city. I would like to know if there is a means by which the other LAN can remotley log onto our HTTP/FTP server via the internet.

JB
 
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pig03.06.2002 10:17
Do you have dial-up or persistent connection to the Internet?
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geakazoid04.06.2002 22:25
Hello,

I have a DSL connection with an internal Speedstream modem and 4 port hub that the other PCs connect through to the internet.

JB
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pig05.06.2002 12:41
OK. So, you have a static IP address. Is it possible to place your knowledge base onto your proxy computer (the best solution is to realize it on Eserv web/FTP server if possible) to allow the simplest way to access it?
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geakazoid05.06.2002 20:56
Yes, it is on the sever connected to the internet with Eserve and DSL. How does an outside PC find it?
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pig06.06.2002 08:40
Discover the IP address of your server and tell it to your partners.
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geakazoid06.06.2002 09:33
The IP address is a 10.0.0.0 number. The address is simply similar to http:\\machine:3128\ where machine would be the name. Is this the IP address I would give? Or would it need the 10.0.0.0 in it? Could you post an example?

Thanks,
JB
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pig06.06.2002 10:27
This address is reserved for LAN and cannot be accessed from outside. But your server must have another IP address used for DSL. Please find it.
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geakazoid06.06.2002 23:21
I have:

ADSL 169.254.140.0 and 169.254.57.0
PPoE 63.202.178.0

JB
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pig07.06.2002 11:21
Unfortunately, I can't access any of theese addresses due to routing problems. Try to ask your ISP.
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geakazoid07.06.2002 22:27
Our DSL ISP was down throughout California and Nevada between noon June 5- noon June 6. I would appreciate it if you tried again.

JB
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geakazoid09.06.2002 03:44
Ok I did some research and understand that I needed a Static IP Address. I registered with a company that has a proxy Static IP address that supports sending our Dynamic IP Address to its DNS Servers.

From that I hope that I will be able route one LAN via the Internet to the other using this service.

JB
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geakazoid09.06.2002 08:50
Hello again,

I finally was able to test the Eserv Webserver via http://azedia.sytes.net/ which has a Static IP Address Redirection and I can view it from within the LAN. The Redirection is on the Internet so that when I click on the URL, the IP Address is resolved on a server on the net then it is Redirected to Eserv Webserver in our LAN.

I can view those webpages via the proxy http on Eserv. Yet, when someone is trying to view the webpages on the Eserv, there is a the message about not giving access.

I was thinking it had to do with Access Rights. I was looking at Bind and Access Rights to solve this issue. How do I allow Redirections from the net view the Webpages on the Eserv Webserver?

Thanks again,
JB
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pig10.06.2002 11:38
geakazoid пишет: I can view those webpages via the proxy http on Eserv. Yet, when someone is trying to view the webpages on the Eserv, there is a the message about not giving access.

I was thinking it had to do with Access Rights.

I think you are right or near to be right. Please also check AllowAccessFromAddresses setting. Next, it will be need to see log files.
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geakazoid12.06.2002 03:55
I was thinking it had to do with Access Rights.
I think you are right or near to be right. Please also check AllowAccessFromAddresses setting. Next, it will be need to see log files.


The AllowConnectionsFrom has
0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 and the others are local
127.0.0.0 255.255.255.0
169.254.140.0 255.255.255.0
169.254.57.0 255.255.255.0
10.0.0.0 255.0.0.0

JB
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pig13.06.2002 10:14
and the others are local LocalNetworks or something else?

If your have AllowConnectionsFrom 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 only you have fully opened proxy/servers. Check Eserv log files to discover if there were any attempts to connetcion from outside.
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geakazoid26.07.2002 05:20
I am finally choosing a Firewall to solve not being able to Port Forward. Which Port/s must be Open for HTTP/FTP?

Thanks again,
JB
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pig26.07.2002 10:27
HTTP — 80
HTTPS — 443
FTP — 21
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geakazoid15.08.2002 10:48
Ok,

I am back on this detail again:

I tried a few firewalls, thinking that there was an issue with Port Forwarding. It seems that is not the issue that is causing errors for remote uses on the net to not be able to access our Local
Eserv HTTP Server.

The only issue I can locate that has been an issue in the past is Internet Connection Sharing. Our server is on ME and we have an internal ethernet card with dsl. With that set up, ICS is supposed to be able to work but it has been broken.
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q236152
But I never could install it.

In the Settings->Control Panel->Network, the ICS is supposed to have ICS (home) and ICS (sharing). The (home) has always worked but (sharing) never showed up and I could never get it to install. I am wondering if that is the reason our member clients cannot access and browse our HTTP?

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=KB;EN-US;q231162&
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geakazoid06.12.2002 04:25
Hello,

I am new to Pocomail. After trying several out since Outlook Express was not recoverable after a virus, I chose the Pocomail for its ability to log onto the isp mail server and delete two months of spam sitting on the server. Thanks for that.

Now, however, after setting the filters and scripts for some common issues, I am getting a few Blank Messages in the Inbox. It seems that these same messages can be read when they have also been forwarded to another mail account — sometimes.

I read that there is an order to the filters and that emails moved to another mailbox cannot use the script. Do I have that correct?

I have tried to use a script before moving or forwarding. But is there an order when I need to test the email for junk, forward it to another account, and move a copy of it? Is there something that deletes the message out of the body that I am not seeing.

I am using only the scripts that came plus a few that I downloaded from the Pocomail Scripts for registered members.

Thanks,
J. B.
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geakazoid01.01.2003 02:41
Happy New Year!

Hello,
We have a LAN which we can FTP on the inside or our network, yet we need to be able to accept FTP'd files from the Internet. One issue, is that our machines are 10.0.0.x however, can we set up one address that can used so that we can accept logins from outside our LAN?

Thanks again,
JB
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