Setting up apache web server behind a router
joakinc at gmail.com
Tue Jun 9 02:27:43 UTC 2009
in this case the solution is open the router whit this ACL, all trafic from
0.0.0.0 (any IP from wan) to the port 80 of the router is listen in the IP
192.168.0.1 in the port 8080, means routers ofering set this values in the
virtual server config tab.
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2009/6/8 Marco Segreto <msegreto at sfsu.edu>
> I found my problem, I had configured ufw and hadn't opened port 8080 yet
> so it was being blocked
> Thanks for the help
> > not 100% sure about the other stuff in "default" (i dont have anything
> > in there but virtualhosts for other websites) but if you cant get to the
> > webserver from outside the router with a browser id say either one of 2
> > things are wrong. your isp blocks the port or all ports or your port
> > forwarding isnt set up correctly in the router?
> > is it setup to forward port 8080 to the internal ip of your webserver?
> > from your internal network can you get the website by calling it with
> > internalIP:8080?
> > PS. whatever changes you make in sites-available you also ave to make in
> > sites-enabled as well.
> > steve
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