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Disable network device for specified period of time

Recently I converted an old MacBook into a server, running OS X 10.6.8 (the normal, non-server edition). I use it as my VPN server, my bittorrent rsync server, web server, ssh server and so forth. ...
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Enable/Disable Sharing (SSH/File) Based on Network?

Is it possible to enable and disable the Sharing features (ssh, file sharing, etc) based on the current network? For example, I want file sharing and SSH to be enabled on my trusted home network. ...
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Port Forwarding to VM with built-in pfctl

I try to port forward specific ports ( 8000 for example ) from my Router to my Server and then to my VM which actually uses this port. Currently I'm tunneling the traffic through ssh-connections ...
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ssh without Safari streaming: “Write failed: Broken pipe”

I use the standard ssh binary on OS X 10.9 on a mid-2013 MacBook Air 11". It looks like OS X goes into some kind of sleep mode all the time, and when I wake it up a dozen of minutes afterwards, I ...
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How to choose which connection to use for SSH

I have an ethernet connection which is restricted for a lot of ports (the most annyoing is port 22 -ssh- ). I now have a Wifi connection which is unrestricted. I want to tell to my mac, each time i ...
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How to forward domain.tld:80 to localhost with port (localhost:xxxx) across ssh via `pfctl`?

I have a remote server port piped to my localhost through such that I can hit localhost:18080 (for example) to visit the remote server through a gateway (in my case to skip around a workstation VPN). ...
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autossh not forwarding, regular ssh tunnel does

Starting autossh like so: autossh -M 5122 -N -R 5432:localhost:5432 <user>@<myhost>, I can't connect to localhost:5432. If I run ssh -f <user>@<myhost> -L 5432:localhost:5432 ...
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How can I access my time capsule through ssh?

I am trying to reach the time capsule on a remote network. After following the advice of another question I realised the router/network doesn't support NAT-PMP/UPnP and thus I get to configure the ...
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hostname configuration for remote access

I have a new Mac Pro that's running Mavericks and I would like to configure it for remote access (ssh and sftp). The IT staff says I need to provide them with a fully qualified domain name before we ...
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1answer
103 views

How to allow port 80? (NAT)

I want to allow traffic to flow from the Internet to my Raspberry Pi, the IP address of the Pi needs to look as though it is from the router (NAT). The ports that need to be allowed through are port ...
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Mac Network location SOCKS Proxy settings in Parallels Workstation

On Mac OS X 10.8.5 i am connected to SSH via terminal and created a SOCKS proxy using: ssh -D 8080 user@server.com Then i have set up SOCKS Proxy in my Ethernet Adapter All traffic on my Mac is now ...
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Why does ssh not detect disconnects?

If I SSH into a remote host on OS X, and then close the lid and travel home, upon opening the lid, OS X sometimes notes rather quickly that a disconnect has occurred (with the message "Broken pipe."), ...
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Different SSH/RDP hosts based on location

I have a few servers that I ssh and RDP to to at my office. When I'm out of the office I connect to them via hamachi. Currently I have duplicate ssh hosts and rdp profiles for inside and outside the ...
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1answer
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How to be connected to two different LANs simultaneously?

I have a home router is connected to the internet, I have a MacMini that connects to the router via WiFi. This works fine. Now I have got another Linux machine which I connected with a cable to the ...
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SSH'ing with just a machine name on internal network: nodename nor servname provided, or not known

Yesterday I was able to ssh into my development box by using the machine name. Today, I can't. I can nslookup and use chrome to navigate to my box using just the machine name. ping and ssh do not ...
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1answer
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How to connect to an already open Terminal session on another Mac

I am running Mac OS X 10.7 on a MBP and OS X 10.8 on a Mac Mini. I can connect to the Mini via ssh without any issues. I am running GNS3 (Network simulation) on the Mini and have configured it so that ...
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765 views

restarting a airport from the commandline - of a non-mac

We have a few airport's and an airport express here at my work, and I would like to bring them into my Nagios monitoring more closely. Right now they are only being monitored by ping. I would very ...
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What Could Cause the Ethernet to not Connect to Internet, Yet Connect to Devices on Network

This has been my problem for about 6 months. On my 2011 MBP, if I connect a working ethernet cable to my ethernet port, it will either do nothing or my internet connection will die totally, even when ...
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1answer
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SSH request timeout every time

I am trying to access a storage space we have at work via ssh but I get a timeout every single time (Mac OS 10.7.5 - Terminal). I checked firewalls, settings, even turned off Little Snitch, and port ...
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SSH connection hangs out at SSH2_MSG_SERVICE_ACCEPT recieved

I tried to connect to a server with ssh, but it failed. I tried UseDNS no, update OpenSSH with MacPorts. But it didn't work. Using user@ip -v I get the following output OpenSSH_5.9p1, OpenSSL 0.9.8r ...
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How to setup a ssh tunnel that works with P2P and filtered http from OS X to a linux machine over SSH?

I do have a linux machine (Ubuntu) which has no filters and a client machine which is behind a firewall that have even web traffic filtering. I can properly establish SSH connections from the client ...
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1answer
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Reverse SSH tunnel on the iPad

Is is possible to set up a reverse SSH tunnel on an iPad? I'd like to be to do basic nmap TCP scans and use some other tools that the iPad doesn't have on remote networks. So my idea is after I've ...
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Remotely SSH to IP address in home network

I've got a device at home I want to SSH to from work. The device has port 22 open locally and I have port 22 opened on my AirPort Extreme. However, on the AirPort Extreme it says the open 22 port only ...
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2answers
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“Mount” network share as a volume via SSH?

There is a remote server that I can connect to only via SSH, and storage space have been allocated for me in that server. Is there a software that lets me "mount" a network share via SSH so that I ...
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How can I gain screen share/ssh access to a G5 connected by ethernet to a Mac Mini on my wireless Airport Extreme Network from my MacBook Pro?

Ok, so the scenario is this: I have a G5 Quad (running Leopard) with no wireless card. The G5 is connected by ethernet to a Mac-Mini (running Lion), which is picking up my AirPort Extreme network ...
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How do I connect to a SOCKS Proxy from an iPhone/iPod Touch?

I like to surf securely and privately via a SOCKS proxy which I created via SSH tunneling, on the Mac. I used the SSH client on my Mac to achieve this. Then I thought, since the iPhone OS is ...