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  • Attrib local ip addresses instead 10.0.xxx

    Hello all,
    for the first time, I've a case with an OpenVPN connexion where an internal special machine (machine tool) refuses to talk with an external client using openvpn. We tried the port forwaring, too but no chance .. but it works with computers connected in the internal lan. So we are wondering if the address the distant client get (10.0.xxxx) could be the problem and I'd like that our openvpn server can be configured to distribute addresses coming for the clearos dhcp server as other computers. But I wasn't able to find where and how ..
    So if someone has an idea, it's really welcomed :)
    Thanks to all

  • Arnaud Forster
    Arnaud Forster started a new discussion, Reinstall basic foundations

    Reinstall basic foundations

    Hello all,
    I'm still looking for the reason but a part of my /var/lib/ folders have been deleted. So my system works but many services not .. is there a way to reinstall the basic system without touching the data of the userss (flexshares) ?
    Thanks for your help

  • Thanks so much Ben for your help :)
    Kind Regards

  • If i may ..
    I'm trying to mount a cifs folder from openmediavault to send my backup from clearos. I can mount it but as soon as I create a new folder, the owner is the user 1000 which is unknow and I can't go futther ... maybe if someone knows the syntax to make this mount ... I'm using the following :

    //openmediavault/share1 /mnt/backup cifs ,auto,username=backup,password=<aPassword>,iocharset=utf8,sec=ntlm 0 0

    thanks

  • thanks very much Ben :)

  • Arnaud Forster

    looking for cifs-utils in COS7

    Hello all,
    It seems that the "yum install cifs-utils --enablerepo=clearos-core" is not available anymore .. do you know how can I install this package under the last ClearOS ?
    Thanks for your help

  • Hello Nick,
    Thanks for your answer. I did what you said and everything went right, thanks :)
    :D

  • Mount flexshare from other COS server

    Hello all,
    I'm migrating my ClearOS server 6.3 to a new 7.2 one. I installed the new one on a new machine. Now, I'd like to transfert the datas from my old /flexshares to the new machine. So I'm trying to make a mount -t cifs //my-old/datas /mnt/transert -o username=... but I always get the following error :

    mount: //my-old/datas/ is write-protected and will be mounted in read-only
    mount: impossible to mount //my-old/datas/ in read-only

    Does anyone habe an idea howto mount it ?
    thanks :)

  • Arnaud Forster
    Arnaud Forster replied to a discussion, System hacked ?

    Hello Nick,
    Yes, the logs come from my clearos system ; the arp -n came from my workstation. Can't make a new one yet because the computer is halted .. I'll see tomorrow .. but my knowledges are here limited ...:(
    Thanks for your help :)

  • Arnaud Forster
    Arnaud Forster started a new discussion, System hacked ?

    System hacked ?

    Hello all,
    I've a problem on my network and here my knowledges are limited so ...
    First we have been blocked by spamhaus project using the XBL tool. It seems a computer of my newtork sent some spam 3 days ago. the problem for me is to know which one ... so I began to have a look on the my COS logs files and I discovered I could not start the intrusion and detection components !
    in my logs, I've the following :

    pr 18 08:50:01 srv-cos systemd: Starting Session 11429 of user root.
    Apr 18 08:50:01 srv-cos systemd: Started Session 11430 of user root.
    Apr 18 08:50:01 srv-cos systemd: Starting Session 11430 of user root.
    Apr 18 08:50:01 srv-cos systemd: Started Session 11428 of user root.
    Apr 18 08:50:01 srv-cos systemd: Starting Session 11428 of user root.
    Apr 18 08:50:01 srv-cos arpwatch: bogon 192.168.0.120 d4:ae:52:9f:57:c9
    Apr 18 08:50:31 srv-cos systemd: Stopping SYSV: SnortSAM dynamic firewall plug-in for Snort...
    Apr 18 08:50:31 srv-cos snortsam: /etc/rc.d/init.d/snortsam: ligne 15 : [: = : opérateur unaire attendu
    Apr 18 08:50:31 srv-cos snortsam: Stopping snortsam: [ÉCHOUÉ]
    Apr 18 08:50:31 srv-cos systemd: Stopped SYSV: SnortSAM dynamic firewall plug-in for Snort.
    Apr 18 08:50:32 srv-cos arpwatch: bogon 192.168.0.120 d4:ae:52:9f:57:c9
    Apr 18 08:50:33 srv-cos systemd: Starting SYSV: SnortSAM dynamic firewall plug-in for Snort...
    Apr 18 08:50:33 srv-cos snortsam: /etc/rc.d/init.d/snortsam: ligne 15 : [: = : opérateur unaire attendu
    Apr 18 08:50:33 srv-cos snortsam: Starting snortsam: ... delaying[ OK ]
    Apr 18 08:50:33 srv-cos systemd: Started SYSV: SnortSAM dynamic firewall plug-in for Snort.
    Apr 18 08:51:02 srv-cos arpwatch: bogon 192.168.0.120 d4:ae:52:9f:57:c9
    Apr 18 08:51:03 srv-cos systemd: Stopping SYSV: Snort Network Intrusion Detection System...
    Apr 18 08:51:04 srv-cos systemd: Stopped SYSV: Snort Network Intrusion Detection System.
    Apr 18 08:51:06 srv-cos systemd: Starting SYSV: Snort Network Intrusion Detection System...
    Apr 18 08:51:06 srv-cos systemd: Started SYSV: Snort Network Intrusion Detection System.
    Apr 18 08:51:21 srv-cos systemd: Stopping SYSV: Snort Network Intrusion Detection System...
    Apr 18 08:51:21 srv-cos systemd: Stopped SYSV: Snort Network Intrusion Detection System.
    Apr 18 08:51:21 srv-cos systemd: Starting SYSV: Snort Network Intrusion Detection System...
    Apr 18 08:51:21 srv-cos systemd: Started SYSV: Snort Network Intrusion Detection System.

    it seems the the IP adress is used by another system because when I do a #arp -n on my ClearOS server, I don't get the same mac address as the one on the log ...
    #arp -n : 192.168.100.120 ether 3c:d9:2b:58:33:5d C eth6

    I dont know here if got my system hacked ... and what to do ..

    Thanks for your help