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From ludi <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] really need help
Date Thu, 23 Mar 2006 01:57:37 GMT
telnet ip 80
If you can get information, it means you can accept your web site.
If the connection is refused, you should try telnet to your
localhost:80 so that you can sure whether your server is running.

On 3/23/06, Jason Henderson <> wrote:
> Hi all
> i am still having problems setting myself up with Apache and have a cpl
> of quick questions
> which of the two files does Apache use httpd or httpd.default and should
> they both be the same through out, namely i am trying to use port 8080
> as i think my isp blocks port 80 and have changed it in one file but not
> the other.
> the second question is how do i find out if my isp is blocking port 80
> or if there is some setting i have missed as i have checked all my
> settings on router and have set up exceptions within the firewall.
> i have used a port checker on the net and port 80 is stealth and secure,
> not sure where its getting blocked, and port 8080 is stealth but allows
> icmp ping
> any help would be great fully appreciated
> i am running win xp home sp2
> router is belkin g604t
> Jason Henderson
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