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Why I can't connect to my server at school

by SiwatSirichai / December 16, 2016 11:34 PM PST

I have a server running Linux and It have it own public static IP I can't connect to it from the school network and I have contact the it guy he say "Our PFSense Router does not block anything but porn" Well that make sense with pfsense so I tried proxy VPN direct connect none of that work like come on I just want to access my VM file server and compute unit Not that I don't like to render on I3 PC with onboard graphic while I have 4 Nvidia Tesla K40 In my hand and I tried accessing it with 4G that work does drain my data useage in 15 min though

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are you attempting connection direct to....
by James Denison / December 17, 2016 12:36 PM PST

...Your home IP address, or it's domain name? The first thing you hit at home IP would be your router, unless you have a DMZ to your server.

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My ip
by SiwatSirichai / December 17, 2016 7:33 PM PST

My server have an external static IPV4 Address that is accessible form outside

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I port forward not dmz
by SiwatSirichai / December 17, 2016 7:35 PM PST

Like someone will use dmz on an compute server that's some port can be use as backdoor come on I port forward not dmz

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then add the port to the IP in browser
by James Denison / December 18, 2016 5:56 AM PST
In reply to: I port forward not dmz

Let's say you forwarded port 4040. Your ip was 8.9.5.6, then you'd put 8.9.5.6:4040 into your browser.

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(NT) Yes Ican caccess it on phone but not on school pc
by SiwatSirichai / December 18, 2016 8:28 PM PST
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Since you understand Linux
by James Denison / December 18, 2016 8:36 PM PST

Have you tried booting the school PC to a USB live linux distro, and seeing if you could then access your home server? If you still can't, then you are back to what Kees suggested, the school is blocking it for some reason.

The question then would be "why is the school blocking your home server and not others"?

Most likely answer would be they subscribe to some positive based verification service and it blocks all that aren't approved already. In that case you'd need to know what the service is and get whitelisted on it.

your phone goes through a different network using your data plan, so the school has nothing to do with it.

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Yes pinging it work i just figure it out
by SiwatSirichai / December 24, 2016 12:10 AM PST

The school has nothing to do with it all it take is unblock the inbound IP of the school my pfsense block the school IP address cause it say dental of service attack detect don't even know what that mean Any way it always blocking it Idk why

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Re: connect
by Kees_B Forum moderator / December 17, 2016 12:44 AM PST

If it works from any other location and not from your school, it definitely is something in their network or with their ISP.
And so they are the only one that can solve it.

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