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I installed apache2 on my Ubuntu machine and I am trying to access the server from another subnet. The server is connected using ethernet and has a static ip address. I can ping from the server to any machine in the other subnet but non of the machine on that subnet can ping the server.
iptables does not seem to be running
# service iptables status
iptables: unrecognized service
Ok. Is all that right?? We don't know the particulars of your network, or the information you got from your network guys. The .251 for the default gateway looks suspicious to me, but I (as a rule), always set default gateways to .1, but again, that's all up to your network guys.
Best thing to do would be to confirm with them the default gateway, and subnet mask.