[LON-CAPA-admin] moving behind firewall
loncapa_admin at johnabbott.qc.ca
Mon Mar 1 14:23:06 EST 2010
I'd wait for the real experts to confirm this, but if you're running a recent version of LON-CAPA, you shouldn't need 8080 open any more.
So ports 80 and 5663 need to be open. Others will depend on your needs. Are you running secure connections (https)? If so, you'll need to keep incoming port 443 (TCP) open. Will you want to be able to ssh into the server from off-site? If so, you'll need to open port 22 (or use a different port for sshd and open that port).
Department of Physics
John Abbott College
On 2010-02-26, at 11:36 , James Mueller wrote:
> Administration is telling us that we have to move the loncapa server
> behind a firewall. Now I see from the documentation we need to keep
> ports 80, 8080, and 5663 open. Any others? When this change occurs
> (looks like spring break) the IP number will change, although the DNS
> name can remain the same. Aside from the time it takes for the new IP
> address to get propagated out to the rest of the world, are there any
> other things we should be aware of?
> -Jim Mueller
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