So I want to install ISPConfig behind a firewall

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by sergio.morales, Apr 18, 2008.

  1. sergio.morales

    sergio.morales New Member

    So I decided I wanted to install ISPConfig behind a firewall to buy me a bit more protection from the wolves out there . . . How can I do this? It seems from what I'm reading that everyone is getting static or dynamic IP's and putting their servers right on the web . . . Am I being paranoid?
    What stumbling blocks can I expect?
    Any help with this would be greatly appreciated . . . I'm not exactly new to Linux, but I'm no Falko!! LOL!!

  2. zcworld

    zcworld New Member

    the ISPconfig itself has an firewall that comes with it as far as i can remember
    and really
    just run it behind a router with all port block
    but have open
    80 : web
    and https : 445 i think
    81 if using non-HTTPS service admin / httpd (not sure of them)

    25 / 110
    port 22 ( personal i would change this due to port scanner and other BAD stuff )

    i would go with static
    so there is no EEEK! when ur IP changes
    like the DNS servers pointing to the wrong IP
    and other BAD stuff

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