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From "Jose Eduardo M. Neves" <eduardone...@netcabo.pt>
Subject Re: Apache on Windows
Date Sat, 04 May 2002 19:46:16 GMT
Hello,

if you want connect to your site from others boxes, at section 2 "Main 
Server Configuration",  you must change the ServerName
change it to the IP Win98 box ... 195.168. ... . ...

Jose Eduardo


Peter wrote:

>My network consists of three PCs connected via a netgear Ethernet hub. The
>three PCs run different operating system,. win98, NT and Rehat Linux 7.1.
>
>I do not have a router
>
>I am prototyping a web site and am using the win98 as the host. I am running
>apache (1.3) on this machine. I want to be able to connect to the prototype
>from both the NT and Linux boxes.
>
>Once I have the prototype running and I intend to port to the linux machine
>which will become the permanent host.   The win98 and NT machines will be
>used for further development work.
> I decided to do it this way because I am more familiar with windows than
>Linux and want to prove the concept prior to investing a lot of time in
>setting up the Linux box.
>
>As stated in the earlier message I can pin any of the machines from the
>other two. The IP addresses used locally are 198.168.0.x. For the win98 x
>=3, for NT x=3 and for Linux x = 10.
>
>I can connect to the prototype site locally form the win98 box but not from
>either of the others.
>Regards
>
>Peter Goggin
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Mikeal Clark" <Mikeal@Mikeal.com>
>To: <users@httpd.apache.org>
>Sent: Saturday, May 04, 2002 10:58 AM
>Subject: RE: Apache on Windows
>
>
>>Are you behind a dhcp router??
>>
>>Mikeal
>>
>>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Peter [mailto:pgoggin@optusnet.com.au]
>>Sent: Friday, May 03, 2002 11:15 AM
>>To: users@httpd.apache.org
>>Subject: Re: Apache on Windows
>>
>>I can ping the Win98 from the NT machine and vice versa.
>>
>>On Win98 machine where Apache is running  http://localhost brings up the
>>correct page.
>>
>>On the NT machine entering the IP address (192.168.0.2) of the Win98
>>machine
>>results in error message with page not being available.
>>
>>What else can I check to resolve this problem?
>>Regards
>>
>>Peter Goggin
>>
>>----- Original Message -----
>>From: "alex dyas" <adyas@twowaytv.co.uk>
>>To: <users@httpd.apache.org>
>>Sent: Thursday, May 02, 2002 6:31 PM
>>Subject: Re: Apache on Windows
>>
>>
>>>- Firstly ping the Win98 machine from the NT machine ( ping <ipaddress
>>>of Win98 machine> from a command prompt)
>>>- If the Win98 machine is visible, open a browser on the NT machine
>>>
>>and
>>
>>>enter the IP address of the Win98 machine in the address line.  You
>>>should see the same thing as http://localhost on the Win98 machine.
>>>- If Ping fails from NT to Win98 you need to investigate TCP/IP
>>>configuration of both machines.
>>>
>>>alex...
>>>
>>>Peter wrote:
>>>
>>>>I am trying to set up a local intranet.
>>>>
>>>>My network consists of a Win98, NT$ and a Linux machine.  I am able
>>>>
>>to
>>
>>>>access drives on the windows system from either window machine, but
>>>>
>>have
>>
>>>>not yet set up the samba server on the Linux machine.
>>>>
>>>>Currently I have apache ruing on the Win98 machine and am able to
>>>>
>>access
>>
>>>>my prototype web site using http://localhost/ . I am trying to
>>>>
>>connect
>>
>>>>to this web site from the NT machine.
>>>>
>>>>What do I need to set up to do this? Do I need to change the
>>>>
>>http.conf
>>
>>>>file on the Win98 machine?
>>>>
>>>>Is there any documentation which describes what has to be done?
>>>>
>>>>Regards
>>>>
>>>>Peter Goggin
>>>>
>>>
>>>--
>>>-= alex dyas - webmaster - twowaytv - uk =-
>>>
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