I don't know how to debug this problem any more:
I am setting up a development / testing LAMP server at home so I can test kernel updates, software updates with my web applications before doing these updates on my live dedicated server.
I am using vmware to easily make snapshots of the VM and revert back if some updates go bad and are not compatible with the web applications.
So on a machine that is connected to my router I installed vmware Workstation 6 and set up the Virtual Machine to have it's own IP from my router, not sharing the host systems IP. Host is Win XP Pro, the host is connected to the router via DHCP.
The guest operating system of the server is Centos 5.1. I installed this successfully and set it up to use a fixed IP of 192.168.1.100, gateway is the router 192.168.1.1.
My router is connected to an ADSL modem/router on 192.168.0.1.
The Centos guest has networking all working, can ping google.com etc.
Then, to set up this server the same way as my dedicated server, I installed Plesk 8.6.0 on it, installation completed fine.
Now I can not access the Plesk control panel from my workstation on https://192.168.1.100:8443
Workstation is 192.168.1.103 on the same router via DHCP.
I have verified the following:
I can ping the Centos Server from my workstation.
I can ssh into the Centos Server from my workstation.
service psa is running
service httpd is running
ports 8443 and others are listening on the server
the servers network connectivity is ok, I can ping my workstation
I am stuck, what could the problem be?
I would like to access Plesk from my workstation via