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From "zhao fengfeng" <escor...@yahoo.co.jp>
Subject RE: Cannot get HTML pages from my Apache server
Date Wed, 23 Jan 2002 02:23:27 GMT

Why the apache server won't work when it's behind a hub that was behind another hub.?
-----Original Message-----
From: Patrick Atlas [mailto:p_atlas@club-internet.fr] 
Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2002 6:03 AM
To: users@httpd.apache.org
Subject: Re: Cannot get HTML pages from my Apache server

Yes! You're right! It was the network!
Thanks a lot for your answers.
As I was waiting for some tips, I looked at the network.
The Apache server was behind a hub that was behind another hub. I plugged it
to the first one and anything went right.
Goossh, I spent a week on this problem...

-- 
Patrick Atlas

> De : Owen Boyle <obo@bourse.ch>
> Répondre à : users@httpd.apache.org
> Date : Tue, 22 Jan 2002 09:40:37 +0100
> À : users@httpd.apache.org
> Objet : Re: Cannot get HTML pages from my Apache server
> 
> Patrick Atlas wrote:
>> 
>> If someone could get me ideas about what happens with my Apache server.
>> 
>> Apache 1.3.20 is installed on a Mandrake 8.1 Linux (french distribution), PC
>> 450 Mhz, 256 Mo RAM, HD 20 Go. The PC is plugged on a local network, and the
>> DSL router is configured to reach the web server from the internet.
>> On the local host, I can get the pages, using localhost name or the loop
>> address, even with the eth0 IP address. This PC can connect the www.
>> 
>> But, when I want to reach the server from another PC on the local network
>> (using local IP, localhost name, or the public URL), nothing happens. The
>> access log shows that the first GET command is sent, then the server doesn't
>> react anymore, and doesn't send any page. And the browser is waiting a long,
>> long time...
>> 
>> The ping command is working, PC exists on the local network. The httpd.conf
>> and commonhttpd.conf are the default files, port 80 is opened, httpd is on.
> 
> Sounds like a network problem.
> 
> I assume both your internal machines (browser and server) are connected
> to the router and, since the browser can ping the server, there is a
> route via the router from the browser to the server.  But can the server
> ping the browser machine? It could be the return path is not configured
> correctly in the router.
> 
> What exactly does it say in the access log when the GET request is
> *received*? Is there anything in the error_log?
> 
> Other things to look at on the server (as root):
> 
> # snoop port 80 (check traffic in and out)
> # netstat -r (to see the routing table)
> # ifconfig -a ( to check the IP addresses you're listening to).
> 
> Rgds,
> 
> Owen Boyle.
> 
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