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> Linux Server - Can't get FTP site to work - IP Address Issue?
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post Dec 10 2008, 06:28 PM
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Okay, I don't know really anything about Linux but my old tech person, who I can't seem to find, set us up with Linux on our server. I have a FTP site that I was told is ran by Apache on our server. I have an account at DNSExit for the address 123ssp.com. My customers started complaining that they can't get to my FTP site. I also can't connect remotely to my PC at work now. In the past this has been an issue with an IP address changing according to my old tech. I have some notes to see if the Apache service is running and it is. I am presuming it is again an IP address issue but I don't know where to start. I checked my IP address on the server and it starts with a 192 number. The IP address in my DNSExit account shows a completely different number starting with a 67. I know this is due to the fact that I have a Linksys router but have no idea how to find the actual IP address [not the router 192 number] on the server. Does this sound like something someone can help direct me in a quick fashion?

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post Dec 11 2008, 09:40 AM
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If you are trying this from your internal network then you might see your router login page vs the server's web page. This is normal.
If I use your IP address i.e. 74.87.232.73 in my webbrowser I get a login page. Web page title is SSP Upload Location.
If I try the 67.x.x.x address I get a communication error.

So I think my initial assumptions were correct.

I guess I posted this a little late....
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