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From "SteelHead" <b...@ries-knight.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] I get a strange problem with my apache.....
Date Mon, 19 May 2003 16:46:21 GMT
(New here.  Is topposting considered rude on this list?)

Something else to look at... assuming you are using a router (say a linksys
for ~$50) between your computer and your isp, plug in another computer that
can see the ip assigned to the server, and see if you can ping
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx it.  If you can ping it, then put the ip number
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx into the address bar of your browser.  If it is not working,
be sure httpd is running if using a *nix box, asnd be sure the apache shows
in the windows task list, they may not be running.  Try checking the
configuration file, etc... there are many things that might be wrong.  tell
us what you have tried.

Be sure it is working or not working locally.

my 2 cents
Bill

Intelligence is the ability to discern.
Instinct is the ability to react.
Insight is Intelligence applied to Instinct.


 ----- Original Message -----
From: "WC -Sx- Jones" <lists@insecurity.org>
To: <users@httpd.apache.org>
Sent: Monday, May 19, 2003 12:02 AM
Subject: Re: [users@httpd] I get a strange problem with my apache.....


>
> On Monday, May 19, 2003, at 02:40  AM, Raymond Chan wrote:
>
> > Please help me.....
> >
> > It's urgent.....
>
> > Subject: [users@httpd] I get a strange problem with my apache.....
> >
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I have a apache server.Recently,the others people cant get in my httpd
> > server.I ahve do the port forwarding but still cant.
> > I am using port 80 and I am sure that the ISP haven't blocked it....
> > FTP don't work too........
> >
> > My sendmial and telnet are work so I bet tht it is not concern with my
> > router....
> >
> > What is the problem??
>
>
> Sorry to hear you are having trouble.
>
> Unfortunately there is not enough information to even begin to help.
>
> What is your network configuration?  What server are you using?  What
> router are you using?
>
> There are likely a 1,000 things that could be wrong and only about 5
> are related to Apache itself; likely 95 could be systems issues and 900
> are likely human error.  So, a rule of thumb would be, check your
> systems configuration 90 times before saying that Apache broke by
> itself; software will not break without human intervention.
>
>
> BTW - If telnet is working - can people telnet to your system from the
> PUBLIC Internet?
>
>
> ???/Bill ?
>
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