Networking Tutorials and Articles

Discussion in 'Linux Networking' started by animaguy, Aug 14, 2012.

  1. animaguy

    animaguy New Member

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    I am new to the basic concepts of networking.

    Can anyone recommend lins to articles and tutorials that I can read to further my understanding of networking?


    I am trying to build a web server with CentOS using a dynamic ip address and the topic of networking and apache linux-config.py is my main concern right now.
  2. Akendo

    Akendo New Member

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    Hui,

    this depends how much you want to go into the understanding of Linux and/or Networking. Both are different World, which meet from time to time.

    If you just like to have a small HowTo for CentOS regard this you should search for CentOS with Apache and for later DynDNS (Didn't found something so quick). I guess this is you real intention. If not, correct me.

    You should care about your firewall and just allow a simple port forwarding. Keep it as simple as possible.
    Ensure first! That you Apache Configuration is stable/secure (not able to access e.g /etc/shadow or something)

    Apache Documentaion
    CentOS + Apache HowTo
    DynDNS README FIRST

    This Links should be helpful.

    so far
    Akendo

    PS: This is basic web, Networking goes into a different direction. Networking is for me build and maintain (IP) Networks.
  3. animaguy

    animaguy New Member

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    Akendo,

    Do you know the difference between a public and private ip address or

    the difference between RFC1918 or RFC3330
  4. Hector

    Hector New Member

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    Thank you for these links, Akendo. Very helpful.
    Also animaguy, I am looking into rfc1918 and rfc1330. They appear to be different allocations for various IP Address ranges. I will look more into this.
  5. Akendo

    Akendo New Member

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    Sure, forgot to mention this. Thank you. Very important as well. Great that we could help you. Looking forward to here of any result.

    Good Luck!
  6. Maverick1

    Maverick1 New Member

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    Check out some commands related with Networking here.

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