[SOLVED] Linode Port Blocking?
I tried installing nbircd on my linode, and I could connect from the linode to itself on 6667 using the public IP (not the loopback / localhost), but I couldn't connect externally from 2 different clients on 2 completely different networks. I triple checked my firewall config on the server, and both the clients can connect to other IRC servers fine. Even tcpdump'ing on the server doesn't show even the SYN packets hitting the server from the clients, so I'm a bit confuddled :/
Other than that, if you're running CentOS, they have a fairly restrictive firewall rule set enabled by default.
Edit: Shucks, caker is fast!
Is it just 6667? Can I use 6666 and 6668 etc? I'll just run on those if it's only 6667.
Otherwise, I'll just stick with running ngircd on my home server
(Thanks for such quick replies guys!
list of blocked ports
see above for a list of what ports are blocked.
I want to buy a VPS to have port 1080 opened with HTTP service…
I want that port 1080 works in the same way of port 80,
I need that apache listen for HTTP request on both port 80 and 1080…
Is there a way to solve that problem with blacklisted port?
pick a different data centre..
what datacenter give me full access to port 1080?
atlanta is the only datacentre that blocks ports.. Pick anyone other then that
are you sure?
I'm in Dallas and my port 25 is blocked.
Support says all restrictions are lifted
How is this possible?