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Re: easy networking question (maybe)



On Sat, 2003-10-11 at 18:21, josh lynch wrote:
> ok, well let me open this up a bit more. I have a d-link router with port 80
> wide open, as well as port 21 for ftp open. Both my ftp and my web server is
> operational. If you open up ftp://138.88.4.211, you will be able to access
> my ftp server.
> 
> But, if you open up my web server at http://138.88.4.211, you can't access
> it.
> I've went round and round with D-link and its not the router. All the
> setttings are correct. They said Verizon might be the culprit.

A 2-second google search (verizon port 80), first match:
http://www.dslreports.com/forum/remark,8009095~root=ilec,vz~start=9~mode=flat

It generally helps to look for answers before begging for them.  ;-)

> 
> josh
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Sean Middleditch" <elanthis awesomeplay com>
> To: <fedora-list redhat com>
> Sent: Saturday, October 11, 2003 6:09 PM
> Subject: Re: easy networking question (maybe)
> 
> 
> > On Sat, 2003-10-11 at 17:48, Ernest L. Williams Jr. wrote:
> > > How does one set-up Dynamic DNS under fedora?
> >
> > You find a providor, like the most excellent http://www.dyndns.org, and
> > read their documentation, which should give you a clear idea.  The short
> > of it is, you sign up with them (they have a free service as well as
> > for-pay services), you download some piece of software, you tell the
> > software what your username/password is for the service, and it takes
> > care of the rest.
> >
> > Or, if you want to do things the easy way (and perhaps even more secure,
> > if you're not familiar with fine-tuning firewalls and such) is to go get
> > a router/firewall appliance; The netgear home cable/dsl router I just
> > installed for a friend has possibly the coolest setup procedure ever
> > -plug it in, connect, tell it to detect all your cable/dsl settings,
> > give it your dyndns info (it handles that for you!), and punch the
> > proper holes in the firewall (port 80, whatever), and be done with it
> > forever more.
> >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > On Sat, 2003-10-11 at 17:53, Amit Bapat wrote:
> > > > no verizon DSL doesn't block port 80 AFAIK.
> > > > I have a web-server running on my home machine and people from outside
> > > > CAN connect to it...
> > > > I have been a Verizon DSL customer for over year now.
> > > > I have the regular residential DSL account
> > > >
> > > > check your DNS entries... you have to use a dynamic DNS because
> Verizon
> > > > residential DSL only supports dhcp clients. No static IPs.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > josh lynch wrote:
> > > >
> > > > >I was trying to set up Fedora as a web server. (my first under my new
> ISP,
> > > > >which is Verizon DSL.) Well, I couldn't get anyone outside my lan to
> see my
> > > > >web server. It ends up, Verizon blocks port 80. Of course I can get
> out to
> > > > >other sites, but no one can view my page. I was told though, that I
> could
> > > > >use other ports instead of 80. Is this true?
> > > > >
> > > > >Josh
> > > > >
> > > > >
> > > > >
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