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From "Mark Feather" <markfeat...@customnet.co.uk>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Reachin apache from outside
Date Fri, 15 Jul 2005 17:48:14 GMT
> Can you access the Internet from your Linux box using any Internet
Service,
> FTP, Ping, Tracert?
>From linux I get network unreachable

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

any hint where to look for these configurations, I do not have a graphical
interface

Unfortunatly i can't help if you don't have a GUI as i'm not that advanced
with Linux.

Which Distro and version of Linux are you using and get help from the
vendours forums.

Try visiting http://www.grc.com/x/ne.dll?rh1dkyd2 from any machine and scan
your Networks Ports to find out which ones are open!  This will tell you
which ports are open, we are hoping port 80 is open However it may fail
untill you have Configured your Linux Machines "Name Server Configuration"
settings.

When i Visit http://217.221.159.221/ the word "Eccoci", is displayed, what
does this mean, Does it translate to and mean "Here we Are"?

This response sugests that things are working just fine to me, What is your
default Index page?  What are we supposed to see?




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