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From "Skull Crusher" <sk...@slayernetworking.com>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] linux help!!
Date Mon, 04 Nov 2002 00:36:39 GMT
How are you trying to connect? By IP or NAME? Do you have more then one
ether card? Are you running a firewall of any type?

Joe...

Joe Morthland ( Skull ) 
Network Administrator
Slayer Networking

Web: http://slayernetworking.com

E-Mail: admin@slayernetworking.com


-----Original Message-----
From: Bruce Douglas [mailto:bedouglas@earthlink.net] 
Sent: Sunday, November 03, 2002 3:04 PM
To: users@httpd.apache.org
Subject: [users@httpd] linux help!!

Hi..

I recognize that this is probably the wrong group.... But here goes! I'm
looking to get some simple assistance on how to setup sshd/telnet
servers
under Redhat Linux 8.0 so I can remotely access the machine from a
Windows
box. I've verified that the ssh/sshd process is running. However, when I
try
to access the linux box through either telnet/ssh from the windows box,
I
cannot seem to complete the process.

Trying to connect using telnet from th Windows box gives me a situation
where the login/password is not accepted. I've tried this with both
root/regular user with no luck. Using ssh doesn't seem to connect at
all.
Using the putty client for windows results in the putty command window
hanging, displaying an error msg "connection rest by peer".

Thanks for any assistance! I've also posted this to a couple of linx
maillists but as of yet, received no response....

Thanks,

Bruce
bedouglas@earthlink.net


-----Original Message-----
From: Jim Walls [mailto:k6ccc@earthlink.net]
Sent: Sunday, November 03, 2002 2:27 PM
To: users@httpd.apache.org
Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Newbie Problems: Webpage quick load
fromserver and LAN computers, slow load from external computers


> >I just became a Linux user and thought I'd make one of my first
missions
> >to create and host my own website.  My first mission was to configure
> >and start Apache 1.3.26 on Suse 8.1 Linux.  After a couple misguided
> >attempts, I was able to load a sample page from the server and from
> >another computer on the LAN.  I then loaded a simple web page (made
with
> >Dreamweaver MX) my wife created into htdocs and this also seems to
load
> >fine from the server and other LAN computers.  The problem I run into
is
> >when friends and family try to load the page.  The text seems to load
> >just fine, but the one picture on the page takes FOREVER to load
(maybe
> >5 minutes).  This is really disconcerting since the page loads in
about
> >1 second for me when accessed from my notebook.  Does anyone have an
> >idea as to why this might be happening?  Below is a quick run down of
> >how I have things set up on my network and web server.

Loading fine now, but I see you took out the spaces as several people
suggested.

> >I have a dynamic IP address from Southwestern Bell.  I resolve this
by
> >utilizing a nice little utility/service called No-IP (www.no-ip.com
> ><http://www.no-ip.com/> ), which constantly monitors my IP address
and
> >points my domain name (www.benjieandjulie.com
> ><http://www.benjieandjulie.com/> ) to the router IP address.  I then
> >have a Linksys router with port 80 forwarded to my local web server
IP
> >address.  The picture on the web page is approx. 22Kb and the total
page
> >is about 30Kb.  From what I can gather on the upload bandwidth tests
> >I've done I'm getting about 100Kbps.  This should be fast enough to
load
> >the full page in about 2-3 seconds.  The text loads very quickly (as
> >expected), but then the browser just sits and spins waiting for the
> >picture to load.  If anyone has any suggestions I'm all ears!  I've
been
> >trying to figure out why computers on the LAN can load the page so
> >quickly while outside computers struggle.  It would make sense if
they
> >requested the page directly through the LAN, but if I type in
> >www.benjieandjulie.com <http://www.benjieandjulie.com/>  shouldn't
they
> >go outside the network to request the IP address from the No-IP DNS
just
> >like everyone else?

I'm also running a dynamic DNS on my server at home
(http://www.k6ccc.org)
using DNS2Go with a
LinkSys router so except that we are using different DNS providers, that
portion of our systems
are similar.  I believe that your router is being smarter than you are.
When a client browser
requests the DNS entry for your site, it get's the IP address of the WAN
side of your router from
the DNS server.  When the browser then send a request for the page on
that
IP address, the router
realizes that it's pointing to itself and the remainder of the
communication
between the web
server and the browser never leaves your LAN.

-----------------------
Jim Walls - K6CCC
k6ccc@amsat.org
http://home.earthlink.net/~k6ccc/
626-302-8515    FAX  626-302-7501
AMSAT member 32537 / WSWSS member 395



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