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Hi

I ve installed Apache Tomcat 5.0.19 on my windows xp machine. I have
developed a lot of servlets and jsp pages and everything works fine. BUT,
when i try to reach my pages from other machines it doesnt work, Why? So,
typing http://localhost:8080 works for me. But typing htttp:ipnumber:8080
gives a "Page cannot be displayed". I have shutdown my firewall too, but
without succeding. Is this a tomcat version just thought to be used as a
testing server?? I cant find info about that. Please, any hint?

Alf
Jul 17 '05 #1
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"alfredo" <al********@comhem.se> wrote in message
news:Es********************@newsc.telia.net...
Hi

Hi

I ve installed Apache Tomcat 5.0.19 on my windows xp machine. I have
developed a lot of servlets and jsp pages and everything works fine. BUT,
when i try to reach my pages from other machines it doesnt work, Why? So,
typing http://localhost:8080 works for me. But typing htttp:ipnumber:8080
gives a "Page cannot be displayed". I have shutdown my firewall too, but
without succeding. Is this a tomcat version just thought to be used as a
testing server?? I cant find info about that. Please, any hint?

Alf

First, it's http://<IP address>:8080. Assuming you have that correct, what
other machines does it not work from and what IP address are you trying to
use?
Jul 17 '05 #2
Hi

Im using http://111.111.111.111:8080

but the real ipnumber is another one.

If I try to access my page from my machine, I succed when I type
http://localhost:8080
and also trying with
http://111.111.111.111:8080

But other people, typing this address from their home computer cant access
it. Why?

Alf
First, it's http://<IP address>:8080. Assuming you have that correct, what
other machines does it not work from and what IP address are you trying to
use?

Jul 17 '05 #3
Do u have any firewall installed on your local..

Basically... if you have a firewall installed.. then most potentialy your
firewall is blocking the acess.

How you can test .. is basically by going to the other PCs..

the you do..

Start --> Run --> cmd.exe

Then .. you should type..

telnet <your ip address> 8080

You be looking at a blank screen now. If not.. means something is blocking
it..

ANyway.. just for your information, doing the telnet stuffs on top..
basically trying to create a telnet session directly to your IP address to
port 80.

Rgds
"Ryan Stewart" <zz********@gSPAMo.com> wrote in message
news:Jc********************@texas.net...
"alfredo" <al********@comhem.se> wrote in message
news:Es********************@newsc.telia.net...
Hi

Hi

I ve installed Apache Tomcat 5.0.19 on my windows xp machine. I have
developed a lot of servlets and jsp pages and everything works fine. BUT, when i try to reach my pages from other machines it doesnt work, Why? So, typing http://localhost:8080 works for me. But typing htttp:ipnumber:8080 gives a "Page cannot be displayed". I have shutdown my firewall too, but
without succeding. Is this a tomcat version just thought to be used as a
testing server?? I cant find info about that. Please, any hint?

Alf

First, it's http://<IP address>:8080. Assuming you have that correct, what
other machines does it not work from and what IP address are you trying to
use?

Jul 17 '05 #4
Hi

I have a firewall, but i shutdown it. I have the Apache webserver running on
port 8000. People can access my index page for the apache server under
htdocs at http://ipnumber:8000
BUT when they type http://ipnumber:8080 they get Page cannot be displayed.
However, if I myself type http://ipnumber:8080 i can see the tomcat index
page. Very strange, inst it? I first thought I needed to integrate tomcat
with the apache server. But you dont need to do this to make the page
accesible worlwide, right?

alf

"Mohamad Fazli" <fu**@streamyx.com> skrev i meddelandet
news:40********@news.tm.net.my...
Do u have any firewall installed on your local..

Basically... if you have a firewall installed.. then most potentialy your
firewall is blocking the acess.

How you can test .. is basically by going to the other PCs..

the you do..

Start --> Run --> cmd.exe

Then .. you should type..

telnet <your ip address> 8080

You be looking at a blank screen now. If not.. means something is blocking
it..

ANyway.. just for your information, doing the telnet stuffs on top..
basically trying to create a telnet session directly to your IP address to
port 80.

Rgds
"Ryan Stewart" <zz********@gSPAMo.com> wrote in message
news:Jc********************@texas.net...
"alfredo" <al********@comhem.se> wrote in message
news:Es********************@newsc.telia.net...
Hi

Hi

I ve installed Apache Tomcat 5.0.19 on my windows xp machine. I have
developed a lot of servlets and jsp pages and everything works fine. BUT, when i try to reach my pages from other machines it doesnt work, Why? So, typing http://localhost:8080 works for me. But typing htttp:ipnumber:8080 gives a "Page cannot be displayed". I have shutdown my firewall too, but without succeding. Is this a tomcat version just thought to be used as a testing server?? I cant find info about that. Please, any hint?

Alf

First, it's http://<IP address>:8080. Assuming you have that correct, what other machines does it not work from and what IP address are you trying to use?


Jul 17 '05 #5
How about telnet to the port... any luck?

"alfredo" <al********@comhem.se> wrote in message
news:S6********************@newsc.telia.net...
Hi

I have a firewall, but i shutdown it. I have the Apache webserver running on port 8000. People can access my index page for the apache server under
htdocs at http://ipnumber:8000
BUT when they type http://ipnumber:8080 they get Page cannot be displayed.
However, if I myself type http://ipnumber:8080 i can see the tomcat index
page. Very strange, inst it? I first thought I needed to integrate tomcat
with the apache server. But you dont need to do this to make the page
accesible worlwide, right?

alf

"Mohamad Fazli" <fu**@streamyx.com> skrev i meddelandet
news:40********@news.tm.net.my...
Do u have any firewall installed on your local..

Basically... if you have a firewall installed.. then most potentialy your
firewall is blocking the acess.

How you can test .. is basically by going to the other PCs..

the you do..

Start --> Run --> cmd.exe

Then .. you should type..

telnet <your ip address> 8080

You be looking at a blank screen now. If not.. means something is blocking it..

ANyway.. just for your information, doing the telnet stuffs on top..
basically trying to create a telnet session directly to your IP address to port 80.

Rgds
"Ryan Stewart" <zz********@gSPAMo.com> wrote in message
news:Jc********************@texas.net...
"alfredo" <al********@comhem.se> wrote in message
news:Es********************@newsc.telia.net...
> Hi
>
> Hi
>
> I ve installed Apache Tomcat 5.0.19 on my windows xp machine. I have
> developed a lot of servlets and jsp pages and everything works fine. BUT,
> when i try to reach my pages from other machines it doesnt work,
Why? So,
> typing http://localhost:8080 works for me. But typing

htttp:ipnumber:8080
> gives a "Page cannot be displayed". I have shutdown my firewall too,

but > without succeding. Is this a tomcat version just thought to be used
as a > testing server?? I cant find info about that. Please, any hint?
>
> Alf
>
>
First, it's http://<IP address>:8080. Assuming you have that correct, what other machines does it not work from and what IP address are you
trying
to use?



Jul 17 '05 #6
Some ISP's block ports which can be potentially used as webservers..on
accounts that are not paying for the access....i know Optusnet in Australia
does it?

Brings up a curious question...are you able to re-assign the tomcat port to
another port?
"Mohamad Fazli" <fu**@streamyx.com> wrote in message
news:40********@news.tm.net.my...
How about telnet to the port... any luck?

"alfredo" <al********@comhem.se> wrote in message
news:S6********************@newsc.telia.net...
Hi

I have a firewall, but i shutdown it. I have the Apache webserver running
on
port 8000. People can access my index page for the apache server under
htdocs at http://ipnumber:8000
BUT when they type http://ipnumber:8080 they get Page cannot be displayed. However, if I myself type http://ipnumber:8080 i can see the tomcat index page. Very strange, inst it? I first thought I needed to integrate tomcat with the apache server. But you dont need to do this to make the page
accesible worlwide, right?

alf

"Mohamad Fazli" <fu**@streamyx.com> skrev i meddelandet
news:40********@news.tm.net.my...
Do u have any firewall installed on your local..

Basically... if you have a firewall installed.. then most potentialy your firewall is blocking the acess.

How you can test .. is basically by going to the other PCs..

the you do..

Start --> Run --> cmd.exe

Then .. you should type..

telnet <your ip address> 8080

You be looking at a blank screen now. If not.. means something is blocking it..

ANyway.. just for your information, doing the telnet stuffs on top..
basically trying to create a telnet session directly to your IP address
to
port 80.

Rgds
"Ryan Stewart" <zz********@gSPAMo.com> wrote in message
news:Jc********************@texas.net...
> "alfredo" <al********@comhem.se> wrote in message
> news:Es********************@newsc.telia.net...
> > Hi
> >
> > Hi
> >
> > I ve installed Apache Tomcat 5.0.19 on my windows xp machine. I
have > > developed a lot of servlets and jsp pages and everything works fine. BUT,
> > when i try to reach my pages from other machines it doesnt work,
Why? So,
> > typing http://localhost:8080 works for me. But typing
htttp:ipnumber:8080
> > gives a "Page cannot be displayed". I have shutdown my firewall

too, but
> > without succeding. Is this a tomcat version just thought to be
used as
a
> > testing server?? I cant find info about that. Please, any hint?
> >
> > Alf
> >
> >
> First, it's http://<IP address>:8080. Assuming you have that

correct, what
> other machines does it not work from and what IP address are you

trying
to
> use?
>
>



Jul 17 '05 #7
Yes, you right. the problem was the port number 8080. For some reason it was
blocked. I changed the tomcat port and it works now. many thanks.

Alf

"homesick_alien" <ho************@optusnet.com.au> skrev i meddelandet
news:40**********************@news.optusnet.com.au ...
Some ISP's block ports which can be potentially used as webservers..on
accounts that are not paying for the access....i know Optusnet in Australia does it?

Brings up a curious question...are you able to re-assign the tomcat port to another port?
"Mohamad Fazli" <fu**@streamyx.com> wrote in message
news:40********@news.tm.net.my...
How about telnet to the port... any luck?

"alfredo" <al********@comhem.se> wrote in message
news:S6********************@newsc.telia.net...
Hi

I have a firewall, but i shutdown it. I have the Apache webserver running
on
port 8000. People can access my index page for the apache server under
htdocs at http://ipnumber:8000
BUT when they type http://ipnumber:8080 they get Page cannot be

displayed. However, if I myself type http://ipnumber:8080 i can see the tomcat index page. Very strange, inst it? I first thought I needed to integrate tomcat with the apache server. But you dont need to do this to make the page
accesible worlwide, right?

alf

"Mohamad Fazli" <fu**@streamyx.com> skrev i meddelandet
news:40********@news.tm.net.my...
> Do u have any firewall installed on your local..
>
> Basically... if you have a firewall installed.. then most potentialy

your
> firewall is blocking the acess.
>
> How you can test .. is basically by going to the other PCs..
>
> the you do..
>
> Start --> Run --> cmd.exe
>
> Then .. you should type..
>
> telnet <your ip address> 8080
>
> You be looking at a blank screen now. If not.. means something is

blocking
> it..
>
> ANyway.. just for your information, doing the telnet stuffs on top..
> basically trying to create a telnet session directly to your IP address
to
> port 80.
>
> Rgds
>
>
> "Ryan Stewart" <zz********@gSPAMo.com> wrote in message
> news:Jc********************@texas.net...
> > "alfredo" <al********@comhem.se> wrote in message
> > news:Es********************@newsc.telia.net...
> > > Hi
> > >
> > > Hi
> > >
> > > I ve installed Apache Tomcat 5.0.19 on my windows xp machine. I

have > > > developed a lot of servlets and jsp pages and everything works fine. > BUT,
> > > when i try to reach my pages from other machines it doesnt work,

Why?
> So,
> > > typing http://localhost:8080 works for me. But typing
> htttp:ipnumber:8080
> > > gives a "Page cannot be displayed". I have shutdown my firewall too, but
> > > without succeding. Is this a tomcat version just thought to be used
as
a
> > > testing server?? I cant find info about that. Please, any hint?
> > >
> > > Alf
> > >
> > >
> > First, it's http://<IP address>:8080. Assuming you have that

correct, what
> > other machines does it not work from and what IP address are you

trying
to
> > use?
> >
> >
>
>



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