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From "Alex Togstad" <sni...@3dretreat.com>
Subject Re: connecting behind a router
Date Fri, 02 Aug 2002 18:08:18 GMT
What router?

You might need to set yourself to DMZ, thus making your internal IP
(192.168.1.2) interact with the outside. Or you just might need to port
forward your internal IP to port 80 . .

Alex Togstad
Web Developer
alextogstad@3dretreat.com
The Outpost :: http://12.224.237.169

----- Original Message -----
From: "Dennis Foreman" <dforeman@stny.rr.com>
To: "apache" <users@httpd.apache.org>
Sent: Friday, August 02, 2002 10:58 AM
Subject: connecting behind a router


> Hi all,
> I've gotten apache2 working fine in localhost mode, but I can't seem to
> figure out what I have to do to make it visible to the outside world.
>
> I'm using Win XP Pro. Apache 2.0.39. I'm connected behind a router to a
> cable-modem. I also have a domain name: dforeman.dns2go.com, which works
> fine for FTP, but doesn't seem to help with Apache. I've also tried
> connecting via my (current) dotted decimal address: http://66.67.208.92:80
> and that didn't work either, so I suspect I'm doing something wrong in the
> httpd.conf file.
>
> Any hints??  Thanks in advance.
>
> PS. I've re-formatted my drive to NTFS too. I've also blocked all web
> folders except the ones I want visible and that works fine under
> "localhost".
>
> regards,
> D. J. Foreman
> website: http://WWW.CS.Binghamton.EDU/~foreman
>
>
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