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Old 11-06-2005, 05:11 PM   #1
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Apache 1.3.33 (debian built) and Apache SSL does not respond to the proper ports

Hi All,

I set up a firewall server in front of the apache server using port
forwarding technique that relies on iptables.

I am using debian sarge.

The set up works for a while. Then, the apache servers do not listen to their ports. Then, another for a while, they start working.
After serving several requests, they stop working again.

I believe that this is not firewall issue.

Below is output from netstat -apn

tcp 0 0*
LISTEN 4821/apache
tcp 0 0 ???.??.??.??:4499

tcp 0 0*
LISTEN 4834/apache-ssl
tcp 0 0 ???.??.??.??:4537

As shown above, apache and apache-ssl are running, but they don't
respond to requests. Thus, I receive "The operation timed out when
attempting to contact ???.??.??.??" from my firefox browser.
Please note that ???.??.??.?? is undisclosed ip address of the server.

Thanks in advance.

Last edited by lqorg_user; 11-06-2005 at 05:12 PM.


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