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Old 03-11-2008, 09:20 AM   #1
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Making Linux System accessible to External Network???

I have few ubuntu Fiesty Servers which I want to setup to be accessible to the external resources?How can I configure it for the same?
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Do you mean you want the Ubuntu server(s) to be accessible from the Internet? If yes, this is probably a firewall/router configuration issue. You would have to tell us about the nature of your firewall/router before we can help. Also, what specific service(s) you wish to make available. What have you tried so far? Where did it fail?
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