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Old 07-09-2001, 07:24 PM   #1
bisbane
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Question remote access to a website on apache web server


Hi all,
I recently set up a website on apache web server and mysql database on Redhat 7.x linux.
I can browse the website fine from a browser running on the local web server. However, I cann't access to the website from a remote client. I got a "page cannot be displayed" message on the remote browser.

I can ping back and ford between the client and the web server fine and the FQDName is resolved properly.

There is not proxy or firewall whatsoever here. Remote client has direct connection to the web server.

I'm new to Linux so I need some helps out there to figure out this problem.

If you need detail configuration please let me know

Thank you very much in advance

Bisbane
 
  


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