Still trying to get my site up!
john at day-light.com
Mon Jun 27 00:47:38 GMT 2005
do you have any kind of firewall? from the outside world port 9545
is closed. so either it is being blocked, you are not actually
listening on it, or there is no port forwarding on your gateway.
run this on the box itself and post the output:
netstat -na | grep LISTEN
try to connect from another host on your network:
john at day-light.com
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
> [mailto:owner-freebsd-questions at freebsd.org]On Behalf Of Gerard Seibert
> Sent: Sunday, June 26, 2005 6:07 PM
> To: freebsd-questions
> Subject: Still trying to get my site up!
> Thanks to several individuals, I have almost gotten my Apache2 server
> working. Almost, but not quite.
> My ISP blocks port 80; therefore I am using a redirect from DynDNS.org to
> redirect to an alias using port 9545.
> The 'beerstud.us' redirects to 'www2.beerstud.us:9545'
> >From my FreeBSD box, if I type: lynx http://beerstud.us, I see the
> following message: Using http://www2.beerstud.us:9545/. The connection is
> made and the index.htm file is displayed.
> However, I am unable to reach this site from any other computer.
> Eventually, the request will time out and I receive an error message
> telling me that the site is not available.
> I am not sure what I am doing wrong at this point. I have posted the
> following files if anyone feels ambitious enough to look them over for me.
> httpd.conf = http://www.seibercom.us/FreeBSD/httpd.conf
> hosts = http://www.seibercom.us/FreeBSD/hosts
> This is the output from ifconfig -a
> net-card.txt = http://www.seibercom.us/FreeBSD/net-card.txt
> resolv.conf = http://www.seibercom.us/FreeBSD/resolv.conf
> The 'hosts' file has a pretty good description of my network in it. I
> double checked my router, and I believe it is configured
> correctly to pass
> port 9545 through.
> Gerard Seibert
> Gerard-seibert at suscom.net
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