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RE: networking in fedora 9

hi jack...

regarding the mysql/httpd apps on the local box. when you do a "ps -aux" do
you see the processes listed?

when you set up mysql, does it have a passwd/host set up, or did you use the
default settingw which are wide open for the setup?

regarding the http/apache. on the local box, are you able to fire up
firefox/etc.. and see the default webpage?

-----Original Message-----
From: fedora-list-bounces redhat com
[mailto:fedora-list-bounces redhat com]On Behalf Of Jack Monflower
Sent: Friday, November 14, 2008 7:30 PM
To: fedora-list redhat com
Subject: networking in fedora 9


i am stumbling upon something very frustrating with fedora 9. i installed
several servers such as httpd. httpd starts together with fedora, and i can
access them locally, by doing

telnet localhost 8080


telnet 8080

where is the local LAN i have.

however, whenever i try to do that from another computer in the LAN (say, i do not get anything.
tcpdump -n port 8080 on the linux machine shows that the fedora box does get
the packets when telnetting from, but it never sends packets back,
so the connect just times out in

i disabled selinux, it is not even in permissive mode, but completely
for ssh, this does not happen. meaning, i can send and receive freely
packets to/from port 22 on the fedora box, and can ssh to the fedora box
from anywhere in the LAN.

any ideas what could be the reason? I looked around, found a few hints (for
example, checking using tcpdump), but i just cannot isolate the problem. it
also happens, by the way, with mysqld server - locally it works, but in the
whole LAN it doesn't.


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