In Need of Serious Help

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In Need of Serious Help

Postby HaTeBreeD » 01. June 2005 21:19

Hello,

I am having some major problems with people trying to connect to my web server I am hosting thru XAMPP Light. I insta;;ed the program as directed by the ReadMe, I forwarded the ports correctly, ( I do know how to forwarded them fine, I run game servers) as well as forwarding them in the Windows Firewall. I asked my freind to connect to my External IP, and the page will not display for him. I can access it perfectly from inside the Network, just any person from the outside can't. I know for a fact I forwarded eveything properly, and just for the heck of it, I disabled the windows firewall AS WELL AS the Router securtiy on this PC only, yet still it will not work. I am seriouly getting tired of doing this. If you have something that might help me, please do.

I have a Cable Connection Thru a company called Cox Communications
I have WindowsXP Pro with SP2
And I have a Linksys Cable/DSL Router '

http://hatebreed.no-ip.org
IP: 68.110.247.89

Thanks Alot

HaTe
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Postby Wiedmann » 02. June 2005 12:15

I have a Cable Connection Thru a company called Cox Communications

IMHO they block port 80.
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Postby HaTeBreeD » 02. June 2005 21:08

Thats the thing though, my freind ran a web server for peopl eto download custom maps off his game server faster, and the web server worked perfect for him, and he also has Cox Communications.
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Postby Goner » 02. June 2005 21:26

did you change the 'Listen' line in httpd.conf to your IP-address ?

when i scan port 80 on your IP, nothing shows up ... ??
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Postby Wiedmann » 02. June 2005 22:11

and the web server worked perfect for him, and he also has Cox Communications.

But not on Port 80? e.g. Cox in Nevada will definitely block this port. There is also a difference between home and business accounts.


BTW:
You know part 6 from the AUP (home accounts)?
# Servers. You may not operate, or allow others to operate, servers of any type or any other device, equipment, and/or software providing server-like functionality in connection with the Service, unless expressly authorized by Cox.
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Postby sckoh » 02. June 2005 23:49

Do they restrict server operation?
It is very interesting.to me.
The ISP doing such conservative policy often goes bankrupt.
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Postby thekingofcaseys » 10. June 2005 03:30

Are you sure your including your correct IP address up

Just to double check goto your CMD BOX ( DOS) and type

ipconfig

make sure the ips match the ip of your machine i just tried to ping you and got requests time out
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