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Re: Network Security

Postby milomak » 2017-09-12 19:01

dilberts_left_nut wrote:
milomak wrote:as stated in the op

i have set it up such that i can through a ddns type service access sabnzbd, sonarr and couchpotato.
How?


through portforwarding

so assume i use username.ddnsservice.com. then pointing to that site and using one of 3 ports i have selected will access sonarr, couchpotato or sabnzbd.

username.ddnsservice.com:xxx1/2/3 ---> forwards to one of the sonarr, couchpotato or sabnzbd services.

the port in my screenshot is not one of the ports i use to forward. but is the actual port that was trying to access the kodi box.
Desktop: iMac Late-2015 27" 5K Retina (17,1 - 3.3GHz) - MacOS and Windows 10 (Bootcamp)/ Debian Sid (External SSD)
Laptop: Lenovo ideapad Y700 [nVidia Optimus] (64-bit) - Debian Sid, Win10,
Kodi Box: AMD Athlon 5150 APU w/Radeon HD 8400 - Debian Sid
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Re: Network Security

Postby milomak » 2017-09-14 19:20

so i noticed that that happens when i put the kodi's internal ip address in the dmz on the router
Desktop: iMac Late-2015 27" 5K Retina (17,1 - 3.3GHz) - MacOS and Windows 10 (Bootcamp)/ Debian Sid (External SSD)
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