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From Larry Rappaport <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Getting apache to serve pages through a router.
Date Sat, 09 Oct 2004 15:17:42 GMT
On Fri, 08 Oct 2004 23:15:14 -0400, you wrote (with possible editing):

>I'm having trouble getting Apache to serve pages to the internet. 
>My IP address is, my router's IP is, and my 
>server's IP address is


Just beginning here, so I could easily be wrong, but 192.168.x.x or
10.0.x.x  are NON-ROUTABLE addresses.  If Apache is installed in a
machine with such an address, it won't work.  I _think_ you can
install it in a gateway machine (a machine with two NICs, one of which
is the 69. address) and serve the internet through that port.
Normally the gateway also contains a proxy server which feeds the
internal network through a 10. or 192. etc. address.  

Hopefully, someone who knows a bit more will chime in...

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