Help solving web server issues

Tez binary_y2k2 at blueyonder.co.uk
Thu Mar 22 21:40:48 GMT 2007


Ryan Kaskel wrote:
> Tez wrote:
>   
>> Ryan Kaskel wrote:
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>>> This problem isn't Kubuntu specific but since I'm using the OS I thought 
>>> this would be a good list to ask on. I have Apache setup and running and 
>>> it works locally (using my domain name). But when an IP other than than 
>>> the one the server is running on tries to access the site the browser 
>>> says "connecting..." and is never able to connect. I've had a website 
>>> working on a different server before (on the same network) but now it 
>>> doesn't seem to work. Any ideas? By the way, I am on a home network and 
>>> my DSL subscription allows me to operate websites. IP passthrough to my 
>>> server is enabled.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Ryan
>>>
>>>   
>>>     
>>>       
>> In /etc/apache2/ports.conf make sure it says:
>> Listen 0.0.0.0:80
>>
>> or if you're running apache 1.x then it should be in 
>> /etc/apache/httpd.conf (IIRC)
>> Also make sure that you have your firewall configured to allow 
>> connections to port 80 (if you have a firewall enabled)
>>
>> Tez
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> Does a firewall come with Kubuntu? Everything is setup correctly it 
> seems...maybe I need to setup an alias IP address for my local network.
>
>   
There is a firewall included, but it doesn't block anything by default.

Tez





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