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#1 Sephiriz

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Posted 27 October 2003 - 10:15 PM

Unfortunantly, a problem I had with apache on another computer (I had fixed it, but now I do not have the file, and I do not remember how I did it), and it has repeated on my current one.

I am running Windows XP with a cable modem, using a routher, and a firewall. I am using Apache 1.3.23

I have it set to listen to Port 8000, so I connect on my computer with localhost:8000

For others to connect, I give them:

http://24.188.93.111:8000/

Yet, they cannot connect. I am very unsure as to what the problem can be, and I exhausted myself looking up and down, and if I look again, I\'m sure I won\'t find it, mostly because I\'m pooped. So I turn to you guys, tell me what might be wrong?
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#2 effigy

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Posted 29 October 2003 - 02:54 AM

1. is your router directing port 8000 requests to the internal ip of your xp box?
2. is your xp firewall running?
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#3 Sephiriz

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Posted 05 November 2003 - 02:15 AM

1. How do I check?
2. No

I believe my cable modem has a firewall too, but by setting to 8000, that should have been eliminated. I don\'t understand why it won\'t work on my current comp... help appreciated.
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