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Old 05-28-2011, 04:19 PM   #1
Refael Alats
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Arrow LAN/WAN Loopback Configuration


Am attempting to route a "Loopback" within the local network, preferably per the Network Connections Utility. Am as well familiar that the solution is perhaps pertinent SSH Server, or a different Server function.
So far have configured ufw, proven iptables -vnL proves port 9000 open for tcp & udp, & have proven that nmap proves port 9000 closed when doing a scan referencing the exterior WAN address. And such carries the resolve that a manual loopback necessarily should be configured. So, if you are able, assist por favor.



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