I've recently installed apache 2 on my server (running Debian, managed by Bytemark hosting, it is a virtual server, using Usermode Linux). All is working well, apache is serving pages:
As can be seen. However I'm trying to get it to resolve the domain www.cxv.cc.
The information is on the DNS servers of the company who manage the server. They have confirmed that the information is up there, so there shouldn't be a problem there.
Here is my http.conf file:
Using the command ./apachectl -t (to check the syntax of httpd.conf) works fine, no errors there.
I've added the following line to the /etc/hosts file:
220.127.116.11 cxv.cc cxv
I've even used wget (from the same server admittedly) to get the index.html page I've put up there, using:
But when I try the same with a browser (Firefox) it cannot resolve the host. I'm using Win XP to try and view the webpages. According to my log files everything is working too.
Would I need to add www.cxv.cc
to my hosts file? Should I be adding a similar line to /etc/hosts.allow?
What have I missed? I'm getting rather confused as to what to try next!