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Diggler
post Mar 17 2003, 11:37 AM
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ok. I had an Apache server running on mandrake 8.1. One day the server stopped allowing web pages to be viewed in a browser. You can ftp in to the server, webmin is working, but none of the web pages can be viewed from the web. I have one computer on the same network (behind the same router) that can view the web pages from a browser, but no computers outside of the network can view the pages. I can't access the server's IP from the web, but i can access webmin which is the server's IP on port 10000. I didn't mess with the router's config, all the right ports are still forwarded to the server. What other possibilities are there?
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chrisw
post Mar 17 2003, 02:18 PM
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what is your domain name and ip address assigned to the domain name?


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post Mar 17 2003, 02:30 PM
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post Mar 17 2003, 05:13 PM
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i checked going to both ip and domain and cant get
anything....can you check for router for configuration
and try stoping and restarting your webserver

i got a reply from the host command...so...i think
that your dns host is doing its job....

but either way...i couldnt get to it via IP address....

another question can you get out on the net?
can you get to your webserver via domain name?


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