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I just installed slackware 11, i cannot access port 80 from outside my network. The port was working fine, passing thru my dlink router to a Ubuntu box. I have open up some of the other ports from the inetd.conf, and apache.conf is using port 80. I did a scan from outsite my network and getting this:
Tue, 24 Oct 2006 15:30:34 -0700
The host xx.xx.xxx.xxx has a service running on port 21 (ftp).
The host xx.xx.xxx.xxx has a service running on port 23 (telnet).
The host xx.xx.xxx.xxx has a service running on port 110 (pop3).
The host xx.xx.xxx.xxx does not have a service running on port 53 (domain).
The host xx.xx.xxx.xxx does not have a service running on port 80 (http).
The host xx.xx.xxx.xxx does not have a service running on port 139 (netbios-ssn).
im not sure if i am missing something with in a slackware conf file. http is not listed in
the inetd.conf file. is it something i need to add to it?
Thanks in advance for anyone that can help.
Yes it is running, I can see the "Hey it worked" test page. I can access it via a browser typing the 192.xxx.x.xxx IP or the 72.xxx.xx.xxx IP that is in my router from my ISP from pc's on the network here. Its just if i get on another pc, or dial up via wireless pc-card outside the network, i cannot access port 80, and I can access port 21 and port 23 from outside just fine.
I have 2 windows pc, and 1 linux and now the slackbox. all 4 can view the test page just fine with in the internal side of the router. Yes i have verifyed and am using the correct IP. I have no experince with iptables, if this is the problem, that i will need to read up on it.
Same machine. It just wierd, Having not use slackware in years, I am just not sure if something is blocking it. I will pull out the forwarding in the router and re-boot and add it back. I do appreciate the help!!