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From Paul McFerrin <pmcfer...@columbus.rr.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Something's fishy going on: dead server & no log messages
Date Sun, 31 Jan 2010 03:26:09 GMT
John Hudak wrote:
> Some things that come to mind:
> 1. Is your router properly configured for port forwarding?
> 2. is the service you are using to do host redirection properly 
> configured?

I already found the problem.  I used my son to do the initial load of 
the OS and knew nothing of how the router was setup.  Port forwarding 
only works correctly on static IP addressing.  He had chosen DHCP, not 
fully understanding the needs.  Just a communications error.
> 3. is the machine name & domain name you chose for your 'new' 
> installation the same name as you specified on your hosting service?
> 4. Are you doing virtual hosting?  are the names set up correctly and 
> in the right order?
> 5. Having not set apache up on the windoz machine, any chance you had 
> to modify the hosts or lmhosts file, and need to do that to the new 
> copy of xp?
>
> Hmmm...all out of ideas...
> Good luck
> John
>
>
> On Sat, Jan 30, 2010 at 5:46 PM, steve reilly <sfreilly@roadrunner.com 
> <mailto:sfreilly@roadrunner.com>> wrote:
>
>     Paul McFerrin wrote:
>
>         Wow, my base site at http://localhost works !!!
>         Second: windows firewall is in fact disabled.
>         Third: infection due to unsafe surfing which is history now.
>         Fourth: To reload.  Complete Installation including FORMAT
>         from a XP Pro CD that included all of the updates thru SP3 on
>         one CD.  Everything else reinstalled from disk copies I've
>         kept over the years.  No further updates.
>
>         Service: Residential.  This is very low traffic.  My email and
>         download traffic is considerable more.  TIMING COINCIDENCE???
>         Maybe.  I hate to contact them and raise their level of suspicion.
>
>
>     i doubt time warner is blocking anything but mail transfer ports.
>      ive been running 3 sites from a residential account for over 5
>     years with no problems. (im definately not using windows though,
>     bsd and linux) you have your router and port forwarding 80 to the
>     internal ip of your apache install working properly?
>
>     steve
>
>
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