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From jean-frederic clere <jfrederic.cl...@fujitsu-siemens.com>
Subject Re: ipchains - apache - tomcat - Help!!!
Date Tue, 04 Sep 2001 10:53:48 GMT
"Navarro, Jose" wrote:
> 
> Hi!
> 
> I'm trying to make apache 1.3.14-3 and tomcat 3.2.1 work together in a
> RedHat 7.0 box. I've just compiled my own mod_jk.so and run everyting
> according the instructions.
> 
> Well, as usually happens, tomcat works fine in standalone mode. But as is it
> also usual, I have problems when I try to run the examples through apache.

Probably telnet localhost 8007 does not work neither. Try to add it in
/etc/hosts.

> 
> After taking a look to mod_jk.log, I noticed that some errors concerning
> sockets to be open were reported there. After that, I decided (don't ask
> why, it was kind of a vision) to tail the "messages" log file created by
> ipchains, the firewall we're using. Bingo! Every time I try to run a jsp, my
> firewall begins to report unauthorized accesses. Curiously, it doesn't
> matter whether I try to do it from the outside world or from behind the
> firewall (?).
> 
> This seems to lead to the conclusion (correct me if I'm wrong) that apache
> mod_jk cannot work properly since the firewall is bloking its way to tomcat.
> 
> Well, I'm a real novice in everything related to linux, so I would like to
> ask for some help. Could you please tell me which ports should I open (and
> how according to the ipchains syntax) to allow mod_jk do its work?
> 
> PLEASE, CC: me to jose.navarro@ideg.es, since I'm not subscribed to this
> list. The number of messages you get per hour is simply overwhelming!
> 
> Thanks alot for your help and interest!
> 
> Jose.

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