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From Jim Walls <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Trouble accessing website from anything but my local machine
Date Fri, 13 Jun 2003 17:14:50 GMT
Dan Parker wrote:
> Sorry for the confusion...when I set the webserver to listen on port 
> 8000, I could still only access the site from my local machine. The site 
> cannot be reached from computers off the network. I have not changed any 
> Windows 2000 settings. Could there be a setting that I need to modify? 
> I'll also try to find my ISP's TOA.

Are you using NAT in a firewall / router to the internet?  If so, are 
you forwarding external port 80 (or 8000) to the correct IP address?

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