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I am attempting to set up a server in gentoo with apache (I previously had it working on a windows machine, but am migrating it to a linux machine in attempt to save headache). I have followed the setup instructions on the gentoo wiki to set up apache for virtual hosts. I put a website on this host (mclinkor.mit.edu (184.108.40.206)), and can view it from the local machine, but I cannot view it from other machines. I have not assigned DNS servers, but I'm not sure if that matters (since I can access the internet on the server machine), but I when I was given my static ip, they gave me DNS servers, so maybe this is important. Is there anything else I have to do security-wise to open up gentoo to allow other computers to access apache? Thanks.
So I eventually got this working (since I was stupid and forgot to restart net.eth0 after making some changes there and fixing the above errors.
Now I have a new problem.
I have two static ip addresses that I have configured in net file. I have these connected to hostnames. The old ip address works fine (and links to the three virtual hosts perfectly).
I have another static ip, however which links to another virtual host, which I can only see on the local computer (which seems like the problem I was having before, but the fixes don't work for it).
Basically, to go from one static ip to two, I changed things like *:80 to 220.127.116.11:80.
Is there something else I am missing regarding setting up multiple ip addresses (or maybe I forgot to do something that I did to set-up my original ip, but I've looked back over what I did for that and it hasn't helped).