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Old 10-20-2004, 05:28 AM   #1
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Tomcat on Apache on Fedora 2 Problems


I installed Tomcat on Apache with mod_jk2 Connectors and everything is working fine on my system. But when i try to connect to the system from another system on the network through the ip address i couldnt logon whne given the port number. When given ipaddress/examples it is working fine on the network also. When trying to work with our files it is not working in any way on the network. On my system also i couldnt see the result of my files when not giventhe port address. How to solve this problem and get access on the network without any problem.

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