Linux Mint 9 Media Server Mp3 Streaming using Gnump3d
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I do not understand on the inside and outside port.Is inside meaning Lan Port and outside means Wan Port? In my modem,I can see only Lan Port Begin and End, Wan Port begin and End, Server IP.Assuming my understanding is correct,below is what I put in my Port Forwarding config
Port Forwarding Config
Wan Port Begin:8888
Wan Port End:8888
Lan Port Begin:8000
Lan Port End:8000
Server IP:10.1.1.4(Internal IP of the pc hosting the file)
I do not understand on the inside and outside port.Is inside meaning Lan Port and outside means Wan Port?
Originally Posted by GJQ
Assuming my understanding is correct
Assuming isn't necessary if your router comes with a manual or help file or the vendor provides instructions on its website. And why not just make keep ports the same? Make it read Wan Port Begin:8888, Wan Port End:8888, Lan Port Begin:8888, Lan Port End:8888 and be done with it?
Use your firewall and set up iptables rules to allow traffic to 10.1.1.4:8888 only from your friends IP address. If you need a (graphical) front-end you could try say GUFW or Firestarter or any other UI your distribution provides. If you'd like to try your hand at manual configuration please post the output of running 'iptables-save'.
I am sorry as need your help again. I have reinstall my system so reinstall Gnump3d also. After installation,I have the below error.Can you assist to help me correct the below problem so that Gnump3d is able to run like before.
oem@oem-desktop ~ $ gnump3d --fast
The directory '/var/log/gnump3d' within which should create our logfile isn't writable by you.Exitting.
oem@oem-desktop ~ $
Please see below. User is still "nobody". I don't understand what you mean.Can you tell me which one that need to be change
# SECURITY OPTIONS.
# If there is a user value setup below then the server will become that
# user, after creating the listening socket and after opening the logfiles
# for writing.
# If you want to run this server via init.d, (which has the effect of
# starting the daemon as root), you should make sure you have this set
# to an appropriate value.
# Otherwise you will have the server running as root, which is clearly
# not a good idea - even in the unlikely event that this application is
# 100% bug free.
# You may comment the line out if you are running the daemon from your home
# directory, and you are the only user with read access to the server root.
# Although this is not recommended way of running the server.
# For the benefit of fellow computer users is recommended that you run the
# server as a user such as 'nobody', and allow people read-only access to
# your audio files.
user = nobody
I like to know if I can install squid onto my system that is already running gnump3d(Music Server) on it meaning 1 pc with 2 purpose (Music Server) and (Acting as Proxy Server for my home network using squid)