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Re: easy networking question (maybe)



Thanx friend, but this is old news. This has been part of the conversation.
Using another port under linux does me no good.

lets get back to the heart of my original question.
try this:  my windoze web server has now been changed to be viewed via open
port 8008 instead of "80"
ok, someone give me feedback, let me know if you can view it.

If so, great,...my original question was, so  how can i get fedora to work
using port 8008 instead of the stock "80".???

If it is still inaccessible, then i'm back to square one, and the problem is
unknown. 8008 is where I now have incoming requests forwarded to the web
server machine running a private ip.

josh

----- Original Message -----
From: "Sean Middleditch" <elanthis awesomeplay com>
To: <fedora-list redhat com>
Sent: Saturday, October 11, 2003 6:35 PM
Subject: 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=fla
t
>
> 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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