[ngw] co-existence of various services on the same "box" or "boxes"
pmuhlbac at apmcomp.com
pmuhlbac at apmcomp.com
Fri Jan 29 04:27:50 UTC 2016
I do more work on smaller systems that school systems/college systems.
On the small mom/pop operations, I tend to do most of my services on one
or two servers, if possible. for the ones I virtualize, the virtualized
machine gets an internal static IP. To get around the public IP/Ports
conflicting, I generally ask the ISP for 2 or more public IP addresses.
Then, I set up appropriate port forwarding to allow outside services to
communicate with the correct internal IP /port.
The one piece I am not certain of is whether the calendar server uses
the same public ports as the calendar publishing host. ,
Paul Muhlbach, A+, CNA, MCSE
APM Computer Services
email: pmuhlbac at apmcomp.com
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>>> "Jeffrey D. Sessler" <jeff at scrippscollege.edu> 1/28/2016 4:05 PM
I learned a long time ago that it’s best to run one service per server
(physical or virtual). Virtual machines are cheap to spin up, and you
get maximum flexibility. I learned that the hard way with trying to run
IMAP with SMTP or POP on the same system.
On 1/28/16, 2:19 PM, "ngw-bounces+jeff=scrippscollege.edu at ngwlist.com
on behalf of Daniel Wells"
<ngw-bounces+jeff=scrippscollege.edu at ngwlist.com on behalf of
Daniel.Wells at mhtn.com> wrote:
>No, I am not talking about co-existence with exchange.
>I am trying to run a small GroupWise system on as few "servers" as
possible, even through they are virtualized. In particular, can the new
"calendar server" co-exist on the same "box" as my "calendar publishing
host"? Am I going to have port issues doing so?
>Daniel Wells AIA, VCP
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