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From "Ciolo_-^DusT^-_WebMaster" <ciolo...@tin.it>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] linux help!!
Date Wed, 06 Nov 2002 15:06:13 GMT
I had got the same problem configuring the firewall rules under startx, you
should do it under txtual...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bruce Douglas" <bedouglas@earthlink.net>
To: <users@httpd.apache.org>
Sent: Monday, November 04, 2002 12:03 AM
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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