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From Constantinos Ntzoufras <costasntz...@gmail.com>
Subject RE: Error 109 (net::ERR_ADDRESS_UNREACHABLE): Unable to reach the server.
Date Fri, 14 Jun 2013 00:38:00 GMT
I have not tried to access an OpenMeetings room from inside Moodle in my
local LAN because my Moodle installation is configured with a public domain
name. At this time i cannot access an Openmeetings room from inside Moodle,
even though i am able to access my Openmeetings server and get in the frame
inside Moodle the error 109.
I hope i was clear as possible.
On Jun 14, 2013 3:32 AM, "George Kirkham" <gkirkham@co2crc.com.au> wrote:

> Hi,****
>
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>
> Are you saying that Moodle and OpenMeetings are working correctly on the
> local LAN, but when accessing externally from the Interent there are
> connection problems ?****
>
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>
> You said;****
>
> “Could it be an issue that the request to the openmeetings server is
> coming from an address which looks like http://host.domain.com:port/ and
> not the usual http://host.domain.com/ (in other words if there is a
> problem that the request is coming from a url that has a port as well)”,
> I don’t believe that the addition of the port number should be a problem.
> This has never been a issue for myself.  This just tells the web browser to
> use a port other than port 80 when initiating the connection to the server.
> ****
>
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>
> I can only suggest that there is something is either *blocking* or *not
> forwarding* one of the default OpenMeetings ports 5080, 1935, 8088, to
> your server ?****
>
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> What messages are you getting when you access
> http://host.domain.com:5080/openmeetings/ ?****
>
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> Is there anything logs in the red5/log/ folder that indicates the issue?**
> **
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> http://openmeetings.apache.org/installation.html****
>
> Use the Debug-Application: Enter in your browser http://$RED-HOST:$RED5-PORT/openmeetings/?swf=maindebug.as3.swf11.swf
> for example http://localhost:5080/openmeetings/?swf=maindebug.as3.swf11.swf
> ****
>
> http:// host.domain.com:5080/openmeetings/?swf=maindebug.as3.swf11.swf
> <http://localhost:5080/openmeetings/?swf=maindebug.as3.swf11.swf>****
>
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> http://openmeetings.apache.org/RTMPSAndHTTPS.html****
>
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> Thanks,****
>
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>
> George Kirkham****
>
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> *From:* Constantinos Ntzoufras [mailto:costasntzouf@gmail.com]
> *Sent:* Friday, 14 June 2013 7:46 AM
> *To:* user@openmeetings.apache.org
> *Subject:* Error 109 (net::ERR_ADDRESS_UNREACHABLE): Unable to reach the
> server.****
>
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>
> I have a problem that i have not managed yet to figure out.****
>
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>
> I have installed the OpenMeetings server and the OpenMeetings Moodle
> plugin for a Moodle website that i run on the same machine. The machine's
> operating system is CentOS 6.4.****
>
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>
> In my LAN i can access directly from every device/workstation the Moodle
> website (which runs in port 7777 instead of 80) and the Openmeetings server
> (in port 5080)****
>
> From a different network though, (e.g. from my work), even though i am
> able to connect to the Moodle Website (on the same port as in my LAN 7777)
> and the Openmeetings server (5080) i am not able to connect to a test
> openmeetings room from the Moodle Plugin.****
>
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>
> The exact case is that i have created a test openmeetings room and when i
> try to access it i get a ****
>
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> Error 109 (net::ERR_ADDRESS_UNREACHABLE): Unable to reach the server.****
>
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> inside the OpenMeetings frame in the Moodle website, from Google Chrome. *
> ***
>
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> I have added in my router every port (5080, 8088, 9999, 1935, 4445, 8443)
> and on my CentOS machine i have added all of these ports on the firewall,
> with SELinux disabled.****
>
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>
> A main problem is that my ISP is blocking requests to my public ip from my
> LAN,****
>
> in other words i cannot access my.exampleserver.network.net from inside
> my LAN.****
>
> Plus, i am not able to use ports 80 and 8080 to run the website there
> because my ISP blocks them so as not to collide with the web interface of
> the router that runs there.****
>
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>
> Could it be an issue that the request to the openmeetings server is coming
> from an address which looks like http://host.domain.com:port/ and not the
> usual http://host.domain.com/ (in other words if there is a problem that
> the request is coming from a url that has a port as well)****
>
> ** **
>
> Thank you****
>
> ** **
>
> --
> Constantinos Ntzoufras ****
>

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