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to see pages from Internet
Posted: Tue Sep 26, 2006 7:15 pm
Hello, use gentoxx Pro 4,0 and I have instaled apache, php, mysql and works perfectly in the network, how i can to acces through Internet? I have a router 3com 812.
I have formed router by tutorials by Internet, but I suspect that can be of the configurations of the apache.
Somebody could help me?
Posted: Tue Sep 26, 2006 11:49 pm
If you can access your website from another computer on your network then the problem is either with your router or your ISP (some ISPs block this). You need to need to set it up to foward port 80 to your xbox. If your ISP blocked port 80 then try routing port 81 to your xbox's port 80. You would then need to use port 81 to access your website from the outside like this, http://myISPip:81
I never had that particular router so I have no idea how to do that or if it's even possible for that router.
Posted: Wed Sep 27, 2006 11:30 am
I have done this, and now when i check http//:xbox_adress:80 0r 81
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login: Password: Login incorrect login:
Somebody knows if there are a log that register the web access?
It seems that router sends something to the xbox but it dont response.
Posted: Wed Sep 27, 2006 2:13 pm
The problem was that i cant connect form internet in my router.
I have tried from other internet conexion an it works fine!!!!
thanks for all.
Posted: Wed Oct 04, 2006 11:01 am
I've read through this a couple of times, but I can still not make out what you are trying to achieve..
First off - yes, apache needs to be configured to allow traffic from all (as far as I remember this is default) Until this is configured - only localhost may access files (http)
Is your problem that you are able to surf your website on the local network but not from the internet?
Then your router has to be set up to redirect all incoming traffic to port 80 to your xbox.
You can NOT use your xbox IP address from outside of your own network (well - unless you have a public IP on your xbox - which you do not..)
Your ISP also HAS to allow for this to happen - many ISP's block port 80. (setting up apache to serve on another port may solve this - or you may redirect port in your router).
Posted: Thu Oct 05, 2006 1:20 am