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Old 10-17-2006, 02:51 PM   #46
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Change the httpd.conf to replace the original 80 with 8833.
I tried both 8080 and 8833 with no luck.
 
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Just out of curiosity, can you still access the page from inside the network on the original port?
 
Old 10-26-2006, 10:12 AM   #48
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No, I can't.
Entering 'http://192.168.0.8' give me a 'Failed to connect' error.
This is also true on the other boxes.

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OK,

It seems that we have somehow lost the functioning of the web server. I would suggest we go back and attempt to resolve this matter first. Looking back at the httpd.conf file I would change the Listen line to:

Code:
Listen 80
Then restart the service and try to access the page from a web browser on another system on your LAN.

If this does not work, first verify that the IP address on your web server machine really is what you think it is

Code:
ifconfig
Assuming that the system is indeed on the address that you thought it was, check to make sure that your http daemon is indeed running...

Code:
ps -aux | grep httpd
If you do have success, you can then try to go back to the http.conf file and replace the 80 with some other port number, and restart the service, and try your luck again.

Let me know what type of results you experience and we will try to take it from there.

Happy Hunting!
 
Old 10-26-2006, 09:37 PM   #50
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I was mistaken with I wrote '192.168.0.8' its '192.168.0.6'.
Same results however.

Listen is set to 'Listen 0.0.0.0:80'.

ifconfig gives the following:
[root@server don]# ifconfig
eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:50:8D:5E:4B:47
inet addr:192.168.0.6 Bcast:192.168.0.255 Mask:255.255.255.0
inet6 addr: fe80::250:8dff:fe5e:4b47/64 Scope:Link
UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1
RX packets:9117 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
TX packets:5474 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000
RX bytes:10457405 (9.9 MiB) TX bytes:483523 (472.1 KiB)
Interrupt:19 Base address:0xe000

lo Link encap:Local Loopback
inet addr:127.0.0.1 Mask:255.0.0.0
inet6 addr: ::1/128 Scope:Host
UP LOOPBACK RUNNING MTU:16436 Metric:1
RX packets:106 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
TX packets:106 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
collisions:0 txqueuelen:0
RX bytes:11660 (11.3 KiB) TX bytes:11660 (11.3 KiB)

ps -aux | grep httpd gives this mess:
[root@server don]# ps -aux | grep httpd
Warning: bad ps syntax, perhaps a bogus '-'? See http://procps.sf.net/faq.html
root 3805 0.0 1.3 15456 7204 ? Ss 08:14 0:00 /usr/sbin/httpd -f /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf -DAPACHE2 -DHAVE_PERL -DHAVE_PHP5 -DHAVE_SUEXEC -DHAVE_ACTIONS -DHAVE_ALIAS -DHAVE_ASIS -DHAVE_AUTH_BASIC -DHAVE_AUTH_DIGEST -DHAVE_AUTHN_ALIAS -DHAVE_AUTHN_ANON -DHAVE_AUTHN_DBM -DHAVE_AUTHN_DEFAULT -DHAVE_AUTHN_FILE -DHAVE_AUTHZ_DBM -DHAVE_AUTHZ_DEFAULT -DHAVE_AUTHZ_GROUPFILE -DHAVE_AUTHZ_HOST -DHAVE_AUTHZ_OWNER -DHAVE_AUTHZ_USER -DHAVE_AUTOINDEX -DHAVE_BUCKETEER -DHAVE_CASE_FILTER -DHAVE_CASE_FILTER_IN -DHAVE_CERN_META -DHAVE_CGI -DHAVE_CGID -DHAVE_CHARSET_LITE -DHAVE_DIR -DHAVE_DUMPIO -DHAVE_ECHO -DHAVE_ENV -DHAVE_EXAMPLE -DHAVE_EXPIRES -DHAVE_EXT_FILTER -DHAVE_FILTER -DHAVE_HEADERS -DHAVE_IDENT -DHAVE_IMAGEMAP -DHAVE_INCLUDE -DHAVE_INFO -DHAVE_LOG_CONFIG -DHAVE_LOG_FORENSIC -DHAVE_LOGIO -DHAVE_MIME -DHAVE_MIME_MAGIC -DHAVE_NEGOTIATION -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_FN_EXPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_FN_IMPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_HOOK_EXPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_HOOK_IMPORT -DHAVE_REWRITE -DHAVE_SETENVIF -DHAVE_SPELING -DHAVE_SSL -DHAVE_STATUS -DHAVE_UNIQUE_ID -DHAVE_USERTRACK -DHAVE_VERSION -DHAVE_VHOST_ALIAS
apache 3825 0.0 0.9 15664 4936 ? S 08:14 0:00 /usr/sbin/httpd -f /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf -DAPACHE2 -DHAVE_PERL -DHAVE_PHP5 -DHAVE_SUEXEC -DHAVE_ACTIONS -DHAVE_ALIAS -DHAVE_ASIS -DHAVE_AUTH_BASIC -DHAVE_AUTH_DIGEST -DHAVE_AUTHN_ALIAS -DHAVE_AUTHN_ANON -DHAVE_AUTHN_DBM -DHAVE_AUTHN_DEFAULT -DHAVE_AUTHN_FILE -DHAVE_AUTHZ_DBM -DHAVE_AUTHZ_DEFAULT -DHAVE_AUTHZ_GROUPFILE -DHAVE_AUTHZ_HOST -DHAVE_AUTHZ_OWNER -DHAVE_AUTHZ_USER -DHAVE_AUTOINDEX -DHAVE_BUCKETEER -DHAVE_CASE_FILTER -DHAVE_CASE_FILTER_IN -DHAVE_CERN_META -DHAVE_CGI -DHAVE_CGID -DHAVE_CHARSET_LITE -DHAVE_DIR -DHAVE_DUMPIO -DHAVE_ECHO -DHAVE_ENV -DHAVE_EXAMPLE -DHAVE_EXPIRES -DHAVE_EXT_FILTER -DHAVE_FILTER -DHAVE_HEADERS -DHAVE_IDENT -DHAVE_IMAGEMAP -DHAVE_INCLUDE -DHAVE_INFO -DHAVE_LOG_CONFIG -DHAVE_LOG_FORENSIC -DHAVE_LOGIO -DHAVE_MIME -DHAVE_MIME_MAGIC -DHAVE_NEGOTIATION -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_FN_EXPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_FN_IMPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_HOOK_EXPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_HOOK_IMPORT -DHAVE_REWRITE -DHAVE_SETENVIF -DHAVE_SPELING -DHAVE_SSL -DHAVE_STATUS -DHAVE_UNIQUE_ID -DHAVE_USERTRACK -DHAVE_VERSION -DHAVE_VHOST_ALIAS
apache 3826 0.0 1.0 15792 5244 ? S 08:14 0:00 /usr/sbin/httpd -f /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf -DAPACHE2 -DHAVE_PERL -DHAVE_PHP5 -DHAVE_SUEXEC -DHAVE_ACTIONS -DHAVE_ALIAS -DHAVE_ASIS -DHAVE_AUTH_BASIC -DHAVE_AUTH_DIGEST -DHAVE_AUTHN_ALIAS -DHAVE_AUTHN_ANON -DHAVE_AUTHN_DBM -DHAVE_AUTHN_DEFAULT -DHAVE_AUTHN_FILE -DHAVE_AUTHZ_DBM -DHAVE_AUTHZ_DEFAULT -DHAVE_AUTHZ_GROUPFILE -DHAVE_AUTHZ_HOST -DHAVE_AUTHZ_OWNER -DHAVE_AUTHZ_USER -DHAVE_AUTOINDEX -DHAVE_BUCKETEER -DHAVE_CASE_FILTER -DHAVE_CASE_FILTER_IN -DHAVE_CERN_META -DHAVE_CGI -DHAVE_CGID -DHAVE_CHARSET_LITE -DHAVE_DIR -DHAVE_DUMPIO -DHAVE_ECHO -DHAVE_ENV -DHAVE_EXAMPLE -DHAVE_EXPIRES -DHAVE_EXT_FILTER -DHAVE_FILTER -DHAVE_HEADERS -DHAVE_IDENT -DHAVE_IMAGEMAP -DHAVE_INCLUDE -DHAVE_INFO -DHAVE_LOG_CONFIG -DHAVE_LOG_FORENSIC -DHAVE_LOGIO -DHAVE_MIME -DHAVE_MIME_MAGIC -DHAVE_NEGOTIATION -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_FN_EXPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_FN_IMPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_HOOK_EXPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_HOOK_IMPORT -DHAVE_REWRITE -DHAVE_SETENVIF -DHAVE_SPELING -DHAVE_SSL -DHAVE_STATUS -DHAVE_UNIQUE_ID -DHAVE_USERTRACK -DHAVE_VERSION -DHAVE_VHOST_ALIAS
apache 3827 0.0 0.9 15664 4876 ? S 08:14 0:00 /usr/sbin/httpd -f /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf -DAPACHE2 -DHAVE_PERL -DHAVE_PHP5 -DHAVE_SUEXEC -DHAVE_ACTIONS -DHAVE_ALIAS -DHAVE_ASIS -DHAVE_AUTH_BASIC -DHAVE_AUTH_DIGEST -DHAVE_AUTHN_ALIAS -DHAVE_AUTHN_ANON -DHAVE_AUTHN_DBM -DHAVE_AUTHN_DEFAULT -DHAVE_AUTHN_FILE -DHAVE_AUTHZ_DBM -DHAVE_AUTHZ_DEFAULT -DHAVE_AUTHZ_GROUPFILE -DHAVE_AUTHZ_HOST -DHAVE_AUTHZ_OWNER -DHAVE_AUTHZ_USER -DHAVE_AUTOINDEX -DHAVE_BUCKETEER -DHAVE_CASE_FILTER -DHAVE_CASE_FILTER_IN -DHAVE_CERN_META -DHAVE_CGI -DHAVE_CGID -DHAVE_CHARSET_LITE -DHAVE_DIR -DHAVE_DUMPIO -DHAVE_ECHO -DHAVE_ENV -DHAVE_EXAMPLE -DHAVE_EXPIRES -DHAVE_EXT_FILTER -DHAVE_FILTER -DHAVE_HEADERS -DHAVE_IDENT -DHAVE_IMAGEMAP -DHAVE_INCLUDE -DHAVE_INFO -DHAVE_LOG_CONFIG -DHAVE_LOG_FORENSIC -DHAVE_LOGIO -DHAVE_MIME -DHAVE_MIME_MAGIC -DHAVE_NEGOTIATION -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_FN_EXPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_FN_IMPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_HOOK_EXPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_HOOK_IMPORT -DHAVE_REWRITE -DHAVE_SETENVIF -DHAVE_SPELING -DHAVE_SSL -DHAVE_STATUS -DHAVE_UNIQUE_ID -DHAVE_USERTRACK -DHAVE_VERSION -DHAVE_VHOST_ALIAS
apache 3828 0.0 0.9 15664 4884 ? S 08:14 0:00 /usr/sbin/httpd -f /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf -DAPACHE2 -DHAVE_PERL -DHAVE_PHP5 -DHAVE_SUEXEC -DHAVE_ACTIONS -DHAVE_ALIAS -DHAVE_ASIS -DHAVE_AUTH_BASIC -DHAVE_AUTH_DIGEST -DHAVE_AUTHN_ALIAS -DHAVE_AUTHN_ANON -DHAVE_AUTHN_DBM -DHAVE_AUTHN_DEFAULT -DHAVE_AUTHN_FILE -DHAVE_AUTHZ_DBM -DHAVE_AUTHZ_DEFAULT -DHAVE_AUTHZ_GROUPFILE -DHAVE_AUTHZ_HOST -DHAVE_AUTHZ_OWNER -DHAVE_AUTHZ_USER -DHAVE_AUTOINDEX -DHAVE_BUCKETEER -DHAVE_CASE_FILTER -DHAVE_CASE_FILTER_IN -DHAVE_CERN_META -DHAVE_CGI -DHAVE_CGID -DHAVE_CHARSET_LITE -DHAVE_DIR -DHAVE_DUMPIO -DHAVE_ECHO -DHAVE_ENV -DHAVE_EXAMPLE -DHAVE_EXPIRES -DHAVE_EXT_FILTER -DHAVE_FILTER -DHAVE_HEADERS -DHAVE_IDENT -DHAVE_IMAGEMAP -DHAVE_INCLUDE -DHAVE_INFO -DHAVE_LOG_CONFIG -DHAVE_LOG_FORENSIC -DHAVE_LOGIO -DHAVE_MIME -DHAVE_MIME_MAGIC -DHAVE_NEGOTIATION -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_FN_EXPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_FN_IMPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_HOOK_EXPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_HOOK_IMPORT -DHAVE_REWRITE -DHAVE_SETENVIF -DHAVE_SPELING -DHAVE_SSL -DHAVE_STATUS -DHAVE_UNIQUE_ID -DHAVE_USERTRACK -DHAVE_VERSION -DHAVE_VHOST_ALIAS
apache 3829 0.0 0.9 15664 4884 ? S 08:14 0:00 /usr/sbin/httpd -f /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf -DAPACHE2 -DHAVE_PERL -DHAVE_PHP5 -DHAVE_SUEXEC -DHAVE_ACTIONS -DHAVE_ALIAS -DHAVE_ASIS -DHAVE_AUTH_BASIC -DHAVE_AUTH_DIGEST -DHAVE_AUTHN_ALIAS -DHAVE_AUTHN_ANON -DHAVE_AUTHN_DBM -DHAVE_AUTHN_DEFAULT -DHAVE_AUTHN_FILE -DHAVE_AUTHZ_DBM -DHAVE_AUTHZ_DEFAULT -DHAVE_AUTHZ_GROUPFILE -DHAVE_AUTHZ_HOST -DHAVE_AUTHZ_OWNER -DHAVE_AUTHZ_USER -DHAVE_AUTOINDEX -DHAVE_BUCKETEER -DHAVE_CASE_FILTER -DHAVE_CASE_FILTER_IN -DHAVE_CERN_META -DHAVE_CGI -DHAVE_CGID -DHAVE_CHARSET_LITE -DHAVE_DIR -DHAVE_DUMPIO -DHAVE_ECHO -DHAVE_ENV -DHAVE_EXAMPLE -DHAVE_EXPIRES -DHAVE_EXT_FILTER -DHAVE_FILTER -DHAVE_HEADERS -DHAVE_IDENT -DHAVE_IMAGEMAP -DHAVE_INCLUDE -DHAVE_INFO -DHAVE_LOG_CONFIG -DHAVE_LOG_FORENSIC -DHAVE_LOGIO -DHAVE_MIME -DHAVE_MIME_MAGIC -DHAVE_NEGOTIATION -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_FN_EXPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_FN_IMPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_HOOK_EXPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_HOOK_IMPORT -DHAVE_REWRITE -DHAVE_SETENVIF -DHAVE_SPELING -DHAVE_SSL -DHAVE_STATUS -DHAVE_UNIQUE_ID -DHAVE_USERTRACK -DHAVE_VERSION -DHAVE_VHOST_ALIAS
apache 3830 0.0 0.9 15664 4884 ? S 08:14 0:00 /usr/sbin/httpd -f /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf -DAPACHE2 -DHAVE_PERL -DHAVE_PHP5 -DHAVE_SUEXEC -DHAVE_ACTIONS -DHAVE_ALIAS -DHAVE_ASIS -DHAVE_AUTH_BASIC -DHAVE_AUTH_DIGEST -DHAVE_AUTHN_ALIAS -DHAVE_AUTHN_ANON -DHAVE_AUTHN_DBM -DHAVE_AUTHN_DEFAULT -DHAVE_AUTHN_FILE -DHAVE_AUTHZ_DBM -DHAVE_AUTHZ_DEFAULT -DHAVE_AUTHZ_GROUPFILE -DHAVE_AUTHZ_HOST -DHAVE_AUTHZ_OWNER -DHAVE_AUTHZ_USER -DHAVE_AUTOINDEX -DHAVE_BUCKETEER -DHAVE_CASE_FILTER -DHAVE_CASE_FILTER_IN -DHAVE_CERN_META -DHAVE_CGI -DHAVE_CGID -DHAVE_CHARSET_LITE -DHAVE_DIR -DHAVE_DUMPIO -DHAVE_ECHO -DHAVE_ENV -DHAVE_EXAMPLE -DHAVE_EXPIRES -DHAVE_EXT_FILTER -DHAVE_FILTER -DHAVE_HEADERS -DHAVE_IDENT -DHAVE_IMAGEMAP -DHAVE_INCLUDE -DHAVE_INFO -DHAVE_LOG_CONFIG -DHAVE_LOG_FORENSIC -DHAVE_LOGIO -DHAVE_MIME -DHAVE_MIME_MAGIC -DHAVE_NEGOTIATION -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_FN_EXPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_FN_IMPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_HOOK_EXPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_HOOK_IMPORT -DHAVE_REWRITE -DHAVE_SETENVIF -DHAVE_SPELING -DHAVE_SSL -DHAVE_STATUS -DHAVE_UNIQUE_ID -DHAVE_USERTRACK -DHAVE_VERSION -DHAVE_VHOST_ALIAS
apache 3831 0.0 0.9 15664 4884 ? S 08:14 0:00 /usr/sbin/httpd -f /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf -DAPACHE2 -DHAVE_PERL -DHAVE_PHP5 -DHAVE_SUEXEC -DHAVE_ACTIONS -DHAVE_ALIAS -DHAVE_ASIS -DHAVE_AUTH_BASIC -DHAVE_AUTH_DIGEST -DHAVE_AUTHN_ALIAS -DHAVE_AUTHN_ANON -DHAVE_AUTHN_DBM -DHAVE_AUTHN_DEFAULT -DHAVE_AUTHN_FILE -DHAVE_AUTHZ_DBM -DHAVE_AUTHZ_DEFAULT -DHAVE_AUTHZ_GROUPFILE -DHAVE_AUTHZ_HOST -DHAVE_AUTHZ_OWNER -DHAVE_AUTHZ_USER -DHAVE_AUTOINDEX -DHAVE_BUCKETEER -DHAVE_CASE_FILTER -DHAVE_CASE_FILTER_IN -DHAVE_CERN_META -DHAVE_CGI -DHAVE_CGID -DHAVE_CHARSET_LITE -DHAVE_DIR -DHAVE_DUMPIO -DHAVE_ECHO -DHAVE_ENV -DHAVE_EXAMPLE -DHAVE_EXPIRES -DHAVE_EXT_FILTER -DHAVE_FILTER -DHAVE_HEADERS -DHAVE_IDENT -DHAVE_IMAGEMAP -DHAVE_INCLUDE -DHAVE_INFO -DHAVE_LOG_CONFIG -DHAVE_LOG_FORENSIC -DHAVE_LOGIO -DHAVE_MIME -DHAVE_MIME_MAGIC -DHAVE_NEGOTIATION -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_FN_EXPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_FN_IMPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_HOOK_EXPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_HOOK_IMPORT -DHAVE_REWRITE -DHAVE_SETENVIF -DHAVE_SPELING -DHAVE_SSL -DHAVE_STATUS -DHAVE_UNIQUE_ID -DHAVE_USERTRACK -DHAVE_VERSION -DHAVE_VHOST_ALIAS
apache 3832 0.0 0.9 15664 4884 ? S 08:14 0:00 /usr/sbin/httpd -f /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf -DAPACHE2 -DHAVE_PERL -DHAVE_PHP5 -DHAVE_SUEXEC -DHAVE_ACTIONS -DHAVE_ALIAS -DHAVE_ASIS -DHAVE_AUTH_BASIC -DHAVE_AUTH_DIGEST -DHAVE_AUTHN_ALIAS -DHAVE_AUTHN_ANON -DHAVE_AUTHN_DBM -DHAVE_AUTHN_DEFAULT -DHAVE_AUTHN_FILE -DHAVE_AUTHZ_DBM -DHAVE_AUTHZ_DEFAULT -DHAVE_AUTHZ_GROUPFILE -DHAVE_AUTHZ_HOST -DHAVE_AUTHZ_OWNER -DHAVE_AUTHZ_USER -DHAVE_AUTOINDEX -DHAVE_BUCKETEER -DHAVE_CASE_FILTER -DHAVE_CASE_FILTER_IN -DHAVE_CERN_META -DHAVE_CGI -DHAVE_CGID -DHAVE_CHARSET_LITE -DHAVE_DIR -DHAVE_DUMPIO -DHAVE_ECHO -DHAVE_ENV -DHAVE_EXAMPLE -DHAVE_EXPIRES -DHAVE_EXT_FILTER -DHAVE_FILTER -DHAVE_HEADERS -DHAVE_IDENT -DHAVE_IMAGEMAP -DHAVE_INCLUDE -DHAVE_INFO -DHAVE_LOG_CONFIG -DHAVE_LOG_FORENSIC -DHAVE_LOGIO -DHAVE_MIME -DHAVE_MIME_MAGIC -DHAVE_NEGOTIATION -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_FN_EXPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_FN_IMPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_HOOK_EXPORT -DHAVE_OPTIONAL_HOOK_IMPORT -DHAVE_REWRITE -DHAVE_SETENVIF -DHAVE_SPELING -DHAVE_SSL -DHAVE_STATUS -DHAVE_UNIQUE_ID -DHAVE_USERTRACK -DHAVE_VERSION -DHAVE_VHOST_ALIAS
root 4942 0.0 0.1 2912 812 pts/1 R+ 19:43 0:00 grep --color httpd
[root@server don]#
 
Old 10-27-2006, 06:15 AM   #51
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I am sorry on your system the 'ps -aux' does not want the dash so, to prevent the warning message that you receive immediately after the command, you could use:

Code:
ps aux | grep httpd
sorry for the confusion.
 
Old 10-27-2006, 11:41 AM   #52
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ps aux | grep httpd

It does the same thing without the '-'.

However, http://192.168.0.6 is working now on that box and on another one.

Also, something else weird is going on.
When I try to connect to 'Linuxquestions.org' in Seamonkey, Seamonkey crashes.
But, that's the only site that Seamonkey crashes with. The others work.
Weird, something else to figure out someother time.

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OK, now that you can access the web page from inside your LAN on the normal port, I would like to see if we can get it to service another port as well. To try this, please go back to our favorite httpd.conf file and add a line below the current Listen line, if your current value is now this:

Code:
Listen 0.0.0.0:80
change it to this:

Code:
Listen 0.0.0.0:80
Listen 0.0.0.0:8080
Now go through the process off stopping and starting the service and then trying to access the web page from your LAN. Note, if this works as I suspect it should, you should be able to access this under the default port as you are now able to as well as specifically under port 8080, by going to:

Code:
http://192.168.0.6:8080
Let me know if this is successful. If so then we can start looking at the port forwarding situation on your router.

Happy Hunting!
 
Old 10-27-2006, 04:13 PM   #54
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Added 'Listen 0.0.0.0:8080'
http://192.168.0.6 works
http://192.168.0.6:8080 does not.

This is on a different box on the lan.

I get the following:
Access forbidden!

You don't have permission to access the requested directory. There is either no index document or the directory is read-protected.

If you think this is a server error, please contact the webmaster.
Error 403
192.168.0.6
Apache/2.2.3 (Mandriva Linux/PREFORK-1mdv2007.0)
 
Old 10-27-2006, 04:25 PM   #55
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Interesting,

Let's try an alternate setting, please replace:

Code:
Listen 0.0.0.0:8080
with

Code:
Listen 8080
And then proceed with the standard, stop and start the service and try to access the web page, first on the default port (80), and then try the alternate port (8080) and let me know how it works.
 
Old 10-27-2006, 04:30 PM   #56
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Same error message with '192.168.0.6:8080
192.168.0.6 worked.

Quickly, what is the command to stop 'httpd'?
I'm going into 'drakconfig' to start and stop it now.
 
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As with most things in life (or at least Linux) there are several ways to approach stopping and starting services, depending on the nature of the application itself and your OS environment. On many systems your can use:

Code:
apachectl restart
this will stop and start the apache service in one stop, for more information you can take a look at:

http://www.informit.com/articles/art...p?p=26130&rl=1

PS

Which OS version are you using?
 
Old 10-27-2006, 07:41 PM   #58
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Mandriva 2007
 
Old 10-27-2006, 09:57 PM   #59
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According to a tutorial at UnixTutorials for Mandriva 2007, the following will also restart apache for you:

Code:
/etc/init.d/httpd restart
The tutorial can be found at:

http://www.unix-tutorials.com/go.php?id=676

page 5 is where I stole the above line

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We still have not had success in getting apache to respond to request on non-standard ports.

going back to the http.conf file, when we were last here we had to Listen lines, if memory serves it likely looks like.

Code:
Listen 0.0.0.0:80
Listen 8080
Let's try reducing this to a single entry of:

Code:
Listen 8080
Now, before we stop the service things should be as they have been, by that I mean that you should be able to bring up a browser on your LAN and see your page at 'http://192.168.0.6'. Now lets go ahead and stop the service, using the following command:

Code:
/etc/init.d/httpd stop
Now lets verify that the service has truly stopped. One way to do this is to attempt to access the web page from your LAN at 'http://192.168.0.6', since the service is not running, the page should not be accessiable. If it does respond then that tells us that we have not been successful in stopping the service, and hence the service will not read the configuration file with the changes that we are attempting to apply. But if the web page does not respond then we should be in good shape, and now we will have to start the service, using the command:

Code:
/etc/init.d/httpd start
Now, if things work as expected, we should be able to use a system on your LAN to try to access 'http://192.168.0.6:8080' to bring up your web page.

If this does not work, see if the page is accessible on the default port.

Let us know how this works out.
 
  


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