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From "Mark Feather" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Reachin apache from outside
Date Fri, 15 Jul 2005 17:18:14 GMT
Assuming that your companies Router is set up to allow an incomming and
outgoing TCP connection to your Linux Machines Local IP Address on port 80.

Are you entering the Public IP Address into the Remote Browsers address bar
and or a Domain Name?

What is Remote IP Address / Domain Name?

What is the response of the Remote Browser when trying to visit your
website?   Cannot Find Server! Access Forbidden! Page Not Found! etc etc.

Can you browse the Internet from your Linux box?  Not your internal Web
Server i mean the rest of the world?

Can you access the Internet from your Linux box using any Internet Service,
FTP, Ping, Tracert?

If not you may have to Configure your Linux Machines "Name Server
Configuration" and enter your ISP's Primary and Secondry DNS Addresses and

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