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From Justin Zhang <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Fwd: Home Web Server
Date Wed, 13 May 2009 15:07:31 GMT
On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 7:58 AM, André Warnier <> wrote:

> Justin Zhang wrote:
>> Thank you for the quick reply. How do I know which external IP address is
>> right. I got 2 different address from myIPaddress with & without phone
>> router. and Is my configuration right?
>> ServerName <>
> Justin,
> there are 2 separate things :
> - one is your Apache server, which runs on some machine (of a type we do
> not know yet), but we do know that it has an internal IP address of
>, and we do know that, apparently, from some (other ?) computer
> in your internal network, you can access this Apache server at address
> More, we don't know, because you have not said.
> But you got it running, so that is good.
> - the second is your network configuration.  Of that one, we know very
> little, and it is a bit confusing when you talk about "with & without phone
> router" and two different (apparently public) IP addresses.
> Can you describe your configuration a bit better, like :
> - what machine and OS is the Apache running on ?

Windows XP

> - what version of Apache, and where did you get it ?

 Win32 Binary including OpenSSL 0.9.8i (MSI Installer):

> - do you have one, or two connections to the Internet ?

I have one connection

> - what are you doing to try to access your webserver from the Internet ?
> what machine are you using for that, and how is it connected to what ?

just testing to browser the default installed page. I tried with another
computer in the network it can read internal address but not
external one

> - is the machine where Apache is running the same as the machine where you
> use your browser ? How many machines are there in your internal network ?
> 2 one destop server and one laptop
> Another important aspect : you give two "public" (Internet) IP addresses
> above. Are these two IP addresses permanent (always the same), or do they
> change every day, or when you reboot your Internet router ?
> permanent i tried a few days
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