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Old 03-20-2005, 04:50 AM   #1
raghavendra
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IP address not resloved in Apache


Hi
I have installed apache (httpd-2.0.53.tar.bz2) on Fedora Core 3. Whenever I start the service using the command /usr/local/apache2/bin/apachectl start, it starts successfully.
In my browser if I give
//localhost/
or
//127.0.0.1/
the page opens properly without any error.
But if i give
//210.214.26.124/
(which is my ip).......................it shows connection timed out. Because of which I am unable to host a webpage from my computer.
What should I do to solve this problem...........Please help
 
Old 03-20-2005, 05:37 AM   #2
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Hi,

Depending on how you're set up, you may not be able to browse to your external IP from the machine itself. For example, I can't browse to my external IP, but it doesn't mean I can't host a website. If I try and browse to the external IP it will try and connect me to the external interface of my router. As the connection is being received from the private network, the port forwarding doesn't come into effect and I won't see my website.

Have you actually tried browsing to your machine from another machine on a different public IP address? And if you have and it still failed, have you set up apache to listen for connections on the external IP address. Alos have you checked that there are no iptables rules preventing incoming connections. From what I remember from installing it on my machine at work, the default rules are fairly restrictive.

Cheers,

Steve
 
Old 03-20-2005, 06:03 AM   #3
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As said above you cannot "see yourself from yourself" unless you configure loopback. The other alternative is to find a public proxy server and then set your browser to work through the proxy server and the other is mentioned above and that is use another server.
 
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