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Display content from network computer on web server, visible only when accessed

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#1 mario_ruja


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Posted 18 July 2013 - 07:22 AM

Hi all. This is my first post so bear with me if I don't know all rules :)


I have a web server with public IP that is connected to internal network. I would like to display content from my networked machine.

The network machine can't be accessed from internet and I want to keep it that way. (it can go to web though).

Web server is Ubuntu server so I get the part of working it out with ip tables. I want to display content from internal nw machine but so it can only be seen through web server. (it should be re-rendered on web server with some technology or application).


To recap: show content from nw pc on web server and only visible when looking on web server, other direct connections prevented.


Thank you,




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