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From Guy Speier <>
Subject httpd.conf
Date Thu, 28 Feb 2002 18:49:40 GMT
Sorry for the complete newbie question, but I checked the FAQ at least :-)

I have recently created an Apache web server on my local LAN (linux 7.2
FYI).  I changed the domainname and machine name of this server, made some
modifications to httpd.conf and all was well.  When I try to access the
server from outside my Firewall, it just hangs.

In the FAQ it mentions checking the firewall rules, and I am certain they
are fine (in face, I quickly removed all ruled (so I have default forward
all traffic to this linux server), and this worked for others (ftp, telnet,
ssh, etc), but still not for http.

So, I have a <> (external IP address) that forwards port 80
traffic to <>.  What stanzas should I have in httpd.conf?
Should they have my internal info (internal machine name, internal IP, -or-
external machine name, external IP)?

thanks a ton,

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