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From "y00y" <y00y...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Help !
Date Fri, 11 Jan 2002 13:01:54 GMT
Thank you to both Owen and Mike (replied privately)

I hate how WinXP enables the firewall by default, I was so busy yesterday
installing programs that I use and running benchmarks on this new monster of
mine, I entirely forgot about the built in firewall and that is what caused
no one to connect to me and for me not even being able to connect to IRC, I
just disabled it and I started registering hits again (from images I was
hosting on a forum, hits started coming again from there).

Check out some of my creations  :-)
http://y00y.homeip.net/trohpy/
http://y00y.homeip.net/LaCube/
http://y00y.homeip.net/NewProject/ <-- not done of course, hehe...

Thanks a lot to you both again, have a good one !
-y00y


----- Original Message -----
From: "Owen Boyle" <obo@bourse.ch>
To: <users@httpd.apache.org>
Sent: Friday, January 11, 2002 4:08 AM
Subject: Re: Help !


> > y00y wrote:
> >
> > Hello everyone, I just installed 1.3.22 after formatting my computer,
> > upgrading my cpu, etc.... anyway, I used to use 1.3.14 for a long time
> > and it worked fine, i'm having mad trouble today getting others to
> > connect to my 1.3.22 server running.
> >
> > y00y.homeip.net
> >
> > OK First off, I CAN hit that site and it registers my connect attempts
> > in the log, I can view the files, htmls and all, but everytime I send
> > a URL to a friend to try to connect, they cannot and their attempts DO
> > NOT even register in the logs.
>
> If you don't see anything in the logs, it is not a Deny,Allow problem.
> The request is simply not getting to apache. You have to check the
> following things:
>
> - does y00y.homeip.net resolve to your machine's IP address in DNS (for
> remote users)?
>  (I find it resolves to 67.160.155.105).
>
> - do you have a static (always the same) IP address for your computer,
> rather than the more usual dynamic (assigned each login) IP address from
> your ISP?
>
> - does apache "Listen 67.160.155.105:80"?
>
> If all of these are true and you still don't get anything in the browser
> and there is nothing in the apache logs then the problem has to be with
> something between apache and the web. Either your ISP is blocking
> incoming packets on port 80 (although since it was working before, this
> is unlikely) or there is a firewall installed on your computer which is
> blocking it. You mentioned an upgrade - what is your current OS and did
> you install a FW? N.B. some linux distros (e.g. Suse 7.2) include FWs by
> default...
>
> When I try your site, I get a timeout which is typical of a FW set to
> drop unwanted packets.
>
> Rgds,
>
> Owen Boyle
>
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