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Old 11-16-2007, 10:12 AM   #1
Get_ConnEcTed
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How to connect remotely in Webmin


Hello!

I use SuSe 10.2 (it's my dhcp server) i installed webmin in this machine so can anybody help me how to connect in webmin (http://localhost:10000) from another WinXp computer in my network and to operate with it. Should i specify another IP for that http://localhost:10000 ...

I have read about this and needed to configure iptables but i dont know how it goes in SuSe 10.2
Any idea ...

PS: Sorry about my bad english.

HAVE A NICE TIME EVERYBODY...!
 
Old 11-17-2007, 08:27 AM   #2
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Not used webmin for ages, but IIRC you need to allow access to it from the other PC. I think you can set this via webmin itself, or just edit the config file somewhere in /etc/ to allow remote access.
 
  


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