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From George Boston <gbost...@prodigy.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Listen & bind...
Date Sun, 22 Feb 2004 16:04:17 GMT
Steven:  Thanks for your patient explanation, it put me in the right ball game.  My ISP is
NEXX.COM (bronz level).  The DOS command 'ipcfg' doesn't seem to work and I can't find it
in lists of DOS commands.  --G

Steven Pierce <pagedev1@speakeasy.net> wrote:The IP address that you will use is all
based on what type of web server
you are trying to set up.  If you want one that is on the Internet then you will
use the IP address assigned by your ISP.  Now with that said, you need to know
will your ISP allow you to have a server on the net.  Most Cable ISP's will NOT
allow server's to be run.  They block all port 80, 8080, 8088, etc.  
 
To find the IP address of your machine you can go to a DOS prompt, and type
ipcfg ( I believe is the correct one)  Then it will give you the IP address that
is on your machine. 
 
Yes, port 80 is available on all machine, unless you have the port blocked by
your Firewall, or an ISP is blocking it.  Who is your ISP??  
 

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On 2/21/2004 at 7:52 PM George Boston wrote:
In trying to get Apache 2.0.x started under Windows ME I get the error message:  "...unable
to assign requested address...".  What IP address do I put into conf\httpd.xxx that it can
assign?  How do I find the IP address for my machne?  Is port 80 always available on all machines?
 How do I find out for my machine?  Thanks for your help!  --G



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