Simple HTTP server written in bash script
- ncat (nmap)
- upnpc (MiniUPnP)
./httpd.bash [port] < address > [external port]
(port is default to 3000) < address > is the adress of the eth that will receive requests. Needed to configure port foward under NAT. Use ipconfig to check it out or use a dash '-' to ignore UPnP. (external port is default to 8080)
This isn't secure. Don't export to internet.
Note from Lisias: I did it, since the UPnP port forward setup. But I used an expendable Raspberry PI box, without any usefull or sensitive data.
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(c) 2016 Lisias T (c) 2009 emasaka
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