Well it turned out it was a mobile application “classmates” produced and distribuited for free by mail.ru the reason for the unusual considereable amount of traffic on one if my ip addresses
In some cases, when you normally use /etc/hosts to check if a new created website is working as expected, it can be useful to disable the browser dns records caching (yes, on the client side), especially when you are about to move a site and you cannot afford to stay offline.
Thus you will be able to check the fresh uploaded website against a new IP address.
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After configuring your Internet router to act as bridge (mine is a Bridged Cisco epc3925), basically you configured your dd-wrt enabled device in order to map some external ports to one or more internal hosts so you can expose a webserver listening on port 80 or a ssh instance on port 22 using your public ip address given by your internet company to your router, or, better you can even use an FQDN like home-haarlem.giuseppeurso.net to point dns records to your home internet address. Cool. Continue reading “DD-wrt internal client NAT to port redirected internal host with external address”