Apache router ISP problem Need help!!!

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Apache router ISP problem Need help!!!

Postby katsujinken » 16. July 2005 10:28

Well hi i have apache +php+mysql at my windows xp but have a problem with virtual host.
While at localhost all things work just fine when i try to www.mydomain.com it dowsn't do anything.
So lets just take it step by step.
i registered the www.tsiki.no-ip.org i have the no-ip prog running (even though i have a static ip).
i changed my httpd config
NameVirtualHost *:80
ServerName www.tsiki.no-ip.org
DocumentRoot "C:\Program Files\Apache Group\Apache2\WEB"
and i also put
62.103.215.117 tsiki.no-ip.org
to my hosts file at windows\etc folder
restarted apache tried a lot of things but nothing.
i also forward port 80 to my router(tcp+udp) but i forward to the local ip (10.0.0.5)( i don't know if this is correct)
i mean 10.0.0.5 port 80 tcp
10.0.0.5 port 80 udp
i have done all this and still cannotr see the index.html( just the regural cannot connect error message from iw and mozilla).
Help pls 1st time this happening
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Postby alucard01 » 18. July 2005 06:18

Please check some ISP will block port 80 for security issue.

Ask your ISP if they block port 80 or not. I dunno what is your situation in your country but it is the case (block port 80) in Hong Kong...

So, in order to see your index.html, you can change the listening port from port 80 to any number greater than 1024, e.g. 8080 or 8085...

Hope it helps...
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Postby katsujinken » 18. July 2005 09:24

well i tried changing ports but nothing.
i think its a router problem cause of the same ip at all PC'sconnected to it.
Any other idea?
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Postby alucard01 » 24. July 2005 13:29

How about using <virtualhost> instead of namvirtualhost *:80 as follow:

<virtualHost *>
ServerName www.tsiki.no-ip.org
ServerAlias *.tsiki.no-ip.org #ar..it's ok even if you don't put this..
DocumentRoot <your documentRoot>
</virtualHost>

Hope it helps.
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