My pound config is very simple - it just listens on 192.168.0.x:80 - a jail - and redirects to 192.168.0.x:8080.
I have broken something and can't get pound to automatically start these days, so I manually start it.
Before I start it I can ssh to the last address - the one not in a jail, but once pound is running I can't.
I'm not at the server right now - but will get back with a netstat and more details in a day or two.
From: Mattia Merzi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Mon, September 6, 2010 6:51:07 PM
Subject: Re: [Pound Mailing List] SSH to box running Pound and server it redirects to
2010/9/5 Bsd Frmusr <email@example.com
> Hi all,
> My setup is simple: I have have pound and apache on the same server - running a
> static site, and redirecting traffic to a web app on another server.
sorry, here I understand that you have
- 1 web server
- 1 instance of pound
- 1 instance of apache httpd
- 1 app.server w/web app.
... what is pound used for? Maybe your setup is a little more
complicated than this?
Anyway, can you please report a little more details about your configuration?
Maybe you can post the relevant part of you config files and startup scripts?
At least the port numbers where all of the services run and output of a netstat
issued with and without pound/apache/stuffs running?
> But I can only ssh to the pound/apache server if I disable pound.
sounds like your
pound/apache startup script enables a some firewall rules
that drops the ssh requests...
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