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Old 02-25-2004, 03:02 PM   #1
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router config

I have a Linkysys BEFSR41 ver.3
I have two xp boxes connected and one linux server box.
I've previously hosted a website without a domain. (Static IP.)
Now I've got this router and I port forwarded 80 to 192.168.2
Which is assigned to my Linux Box. Linux Box is able to connect through the internet well but I don't think the Linksys is forwarding any request for port 80.

I've opened the Protocal for both TCP and UDP for HTTP

My Linux is currently RH9 configured as Apache 2.0 Server.

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Re: router config

Originally posted by tpark
Now I've got this router and I port forwarded 80 to 192.168.2
I wouldn't be surprised if a router can't
handle an IP with only 3 segments :}



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