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I cant connect to my apache server

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I installed php-4.3.3, mysql and apache server 2.0.47.
but I can not connect to my apache server from my other computer, i use
static ip for my server, set ip address for server name on httpd.conf,
setup sua server on router. do i miss something here? anyone can help me
to figure it out? thanks.

Jul 17 '05 #1
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On Sat, 01 Nov 2003 19:52:02 -0800, kecebong <ce****@plungky.com>
wrote:
I installed php-4.3.3, mysql and apache server 2.0.47.
but I can not connect to my apache server from my other computer, i use
static ip for my server, set ip address for server name on httpd.conf,
setup sua server on router. do i miss something here? anyone can help me
to figure it out? thanks.


1. ping <server ip>
This will prove basic connectivity

2. telnet <server ip> 80
This will check if a process is listening on port 80

3. Check that your browser is not trying to find the site on the
internet. Both nutscrape and exploder have sections in the preferences
section to ensure this doesn't happen.

HTH,

Steve
Jul 17 '05 #2

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In article <Cb%ob.39256$Rd4.4120@fed1read07>, kecebong's output was...
I installed php-4.3.3, mysql and apache server 2.0.47.
but I can not connect to my apache server from my other computer, i use
static ip for my server, set ip address for server name on httpd.conf,
setup sua server on router. do i miss something here? anyone can help me
to figure it out? thanks.

You might like to take a look at alt.apache.configuration.

Are you sure that apache is actually running?
Jul 17 '05 #3

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Eto Demerzel wrote:
In article <Cb%ob.39256$Rd4.4120@fed1read07>, kecebong's output was...
I installed php-4.3.3, mysql and apache server 2.0.47.
but I can not connect to my apache server from my other computer, i use
static ip for my server, set ip address for server name on httpd.conf,
setup sua server on router. do i miss something here? anyone can help me
to figure it out? thanks.


You might like to take a look at alt.apache.configuration.

Are you sure that apache is actually running?

I'm sure , I check it with $/sbin/service httpd status...is running

Jul 17 '05 #4

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Eto Demerzel wrote:
In article <Cb%ob.39256$Rd4.4120@fed1read07>, kecebong's output was...
I installed php-4.3.3, mysql and apache server 2.0.47.
but I can not connect to my apache server from my other computer, i use
static ip for my server, set ip address for server name on httpd.conf,
setup sua server on router. do i miss something here? anyone can help me
to figure it out? thanks.


You might like to take a look at alt.apache.configuration.

Are you sure that apache is actually running?

I can get phpinfo from my own server, but i can retrieve a webpage from
other computer

Jul 17 '05 #5

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Check if your computer has access to the apache server.
Did you set up firewall/access-list on your apache server? Perhaps you
forgot to give access to this one computer.
"kecebong" <ce****@plungky.com> wrote in message
news:Cb%ob.39256$Rd4.4120@fed1read07...
I installed php-4.3.3, mysql and apache server 2.0.47.
but I can not connect to my apache server from my other computer, i use
static ip for my server, set ip address for server name on httpd.conf,
setup sua server on router. do i miss something here? anyone can help me
to figure it out? thanks.

Jul 17 '05 #6

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In article <UTjpb.40193$Rd4.618@fed1read07>, kecebong's output was...

You might like to take a look at alt.apache.configuration.

Are you sure that apache is actually running?

I can get phpinfo from my own server, but i can retrieve a webpage from
other computer


Are you running mod_access? If so - have you configured it to allow/deny
access from other machines?

Is there a router in between the server and the client? Can both ping
each other? If not - are their IP settings correctly configured?

Do you have any entries in hosts.deny?
Jul 17 '05 #7

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Eto Demerzel wrote:
In article <UTjpb.40193$Rd4.618@fed1read07>, kecebong's output was...
You might like to take a look at alt.apache.configuration.

Are you sure that apache is actually running?


I can get phpinfo from my own server, but i can retrieve a webpage from
other computer

Are you running mod_access? If so - have you configured it to allow/deny
access from other machines?

Is there a router in between the server and the client? Can both ping
each other? If not - are their IP settings correctly configured?

Do you have any entries in hosts.deny?

it turns out that i need to change my security level to allow incoming
httpd, thanks alot!

Jul 17 '05 #8

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