sorry to interrupt, I was just clearing my hotmail inbox wen I saw this
I had a a similar issue when setting up my primary name server, in the log
files of SSH attacks (yes even as I was setting up someone in Cjina was trying
to hack into me, true story) it showed localhost as the host
Just had a quick read but you may want to confirm the tick is out of 'Web Alias
Redirects' as this will mean all subdomains will redirect to the main domain...
in your case transfer.site1.com will redirect to www.site1.com
Hope this helps...
The second part where other FQDN redirect to the root domain name of the
server, it would indicate that DNS was not running... is it happening for ALL
domains on that server?
Date: Wed, 2 Jan 2013 14:02:14 -0500
I suspect this would not be an issue for a production machine, but iptables
rules are removed if the server is restarted, correct?
Date: Thu, 3 Jan 2013 19:06:26 -0500
Subject: [BlueOnyx:11896] Re: Need to
As far as I know... yes and no
BO will block accounts and IPs that are attempted to be brute forced, but the
account needs to exist, well that has been my experience
I tend to use the iptables and block /32 or if it is from China or other known
hacking countries then a /24 is a
Jeff, yes have read up on it and yes fail2ban sounds good and I would like to
implement it or similar at some point.. but it seems dog chasing tail explains
my life right now :)
Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2013 08:12:35 -0600
I see you have found the ever unanswerable question... how many attempts is too
many security vs usability it is a trade off...
Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2013 07:24:47 -0700
Actually i just had the same experience... with the centos 6.4 release of
I am setting up on a vm for testing and have used BO on vms previously with
little or no issues.
I will try a few thing as the install option i chose was for single drive
where normally i would select
Well an update from my post...
I tried in a vm... centos 6.3 bo works but 6.4 asked for the location of
source. Now it i mount the 6.3 it will progress... so not likely a driver issue
here... maybe image issue?
Will try from other location as i believe i grabbed from main US repository.
Yes, this one got me for a long time...
EASY SOLUTION without the use of CNAMES (which are evil) :)
Go to site managementSelect your domainselect Serviceselect Email
Add the FQDN in the EMAIL SERVER ALIAS field, which is marked as optional
This corrected the problem for me, AFTER I had
Maybe you misread... without the use of CNAMES
I have had the same issues for a long time and seen forums and mailing list
posts where people have gone to many lengths to get it to work and the simple
act of following the DNS entries on the link you provided and the steps I
provided solved the
I happened to read this email chaimn today and I experienced the same thing a
few times. It appeared to happen around the time of updates being done to the
server via yum.
In my scenario the pages would not translate the PHP code to create the page as
expected and I had to switch between one
Personally I have no issues, it does appear that you may be on some form of
black list or sending too many emails too quickly to Yahoo Inc, ot Microsoft
Inc domains… they are different companies.
Microsoft’s suggestion of :
Mail rejected by Outlook.com for policy reasons. Reasons for rejection
Just had a bit of a late night and just as I was going to sleep I lost
connectivity to the server.
I was doing some work on a content management system which may or may not be
relevant, but it was likely to be intensive on the disk access as it was
deleting around 50 photo images.
the firewall running (although it is only a test
server, I still want to work out what happened in case I get the same issue on
a production server).
From: Blueonyx <blueonyx-boun...@mail.blueonyx.it> on behalf of Fungal Style
Reply-To: BlueOnyx Gen
<blueonyx-boun...@mail.blueonyx.it on behalf of mdl...@muisnetwerken.nl> wrote:
On 09-08-17 01:17, Fungal Style wrote:
> OK, I have the culprit, it is APF firewall, I stopped it and now I can
> access the site again, the next steps now would be
What do you see when you type in the IP address in a web browser (I am assuming
you are using an IP address that is routable and assigned to your ESXI)?
Did the administrator log in appear previously? Or is this a fresh install and
you have ran the network shell script to config the IP, etc?
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