Or close it for new threads.
Some people don't understand internal licenses are not allowed to be sold.
Others still don't understand that lifetime licenses transfers are not supported by DA anymore and should not be sold anymore. And if you sell the account, there is always a risk with payment...
And i presume 188.8.131.52 is your server ip? I said "try from external system".
If I do try to connect it says:
[root@server: /etc/csf]# telnet 184.108.40.206 3306
telnet: connect to address 220.127.116.11: Connection refused
so port is not open.
Edit: Posted at the same...
Nope, that is only checking if a port is listening, not if the port is opened or not in the firewall.
I don't know if the iptables command is correctly, I make life easy and use CSF/LFD as firewall for Iptables.
You might try.
Try this from external system:
telnet your.server.ip.addres 3306
Yep good idea.
Or maybe create a detection like cPanel has. So if one of the local ip's is not used, local mx is disabled automatically, or by selection choice., but on the same page.
So loose the seperate mx page as it is now and put all on the same page.
You're welcome. However, I know Transip very well (ben ook Nederlander). And they are not the only one offering the full license for €5/mo, there are more providers offering at that price. Reason is that they have a special agreement with DA for datacenter/bulk licenses.
It's just a warning. If you look in csfs.conf at RESTRICT_SYSLOG you can see what it does.
If you want this notice gone, use either RESTRICT_SYSLOG=2 in csf.conf or use 3 but then you have to define a syslog group if I'm not mistaken.
To prevent another warning set this:
CC_SRC = "2"