Router Prob?

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Router Prob?

Postby Hunter » 15. January 2006 13:59

Hello. I got some problem to acces my site with the global IP. This is what I have done:

1. Open up all ports at router!
2. Removed all files from htdocs folder & replaced it with my own site
3. Change the bottom of my httpd.conf file. Looks like this now:
NameVirtualHost *:80
<VirtualHost *:80>
DocumentRoot C:/Program/xampp/htdocs
ServerName 83.227.193.230
ServerAlias 83.227.193.230
</VirtualHost>

<VirtualHost *:80>
DocumentRoot C:/Program/xampp/htdocs
ServerName localhost
</VirtualHost>

(83.227.193.230 is my IP and probably my standard domain right?)

But when when I type 83.227.193.230:80 into my webbrowser I´m getting "page can not be found". But when I type "localhost" into my webrowser I´m coming to my site. Any idea why it dosent whant to go global? Have I missed something?

Thanks in advance!
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Postby Wiedmann » 15. January 2006 14:23

3. Change the bottom of my httpd.conf file. Looks like this now:

These changes are not necessary .

But when when I type 83.227.193.230:80 into my webbrowser I´m getting "page can not be found".

There is a Directory-Listung with one subdir "nsw".

BTW:
If you are using a router, you can not use your internet ip by yourself.
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Postby Hunter » 15. January 2006 17:20

There is a Directory-Listung with one subdir "nsw".

Dam nice, that means it working :D

If you are using a router, you can not use your internet ip by yourself.

aha, that made me confused. Thanks a lot man!
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Postby Adam Harper » 22. January 2006 08:00

I have the same problem but dont understand what other people have to do to view my website? i have a router......i can view my site with http://localhost/


what do i need to do to make it so anyone can see my site?
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Postby Hunter » 22. January 2006 11:39

They have to type your IP number. You can see your IP number here:
http://www.showip.com/
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Postby Adam Harper » 24. January 2006 21:00

Like i said i have a router.....I hade my website on XAMPP running perfect until i got my router.....When i go to that website that is the IP address of my router NOT my computer. My website is found on my computer NOT my router.....so typing out that IP address i see there such as;

http://70.25.37.111.no-ip.org/gwmvc/home.html

That does not go to my website now does it?


What do i need to do to be able to allow others view my website over the net?

The only way i can see my own site if i go to this;

http://localhost/gwmvc/home.html

I can see it, others can't.


Help please.
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Postby wizazz » 25. January 2006 23:53

Hey Adam Harper... I posted the Info you need on your other post... :wink:
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Postby wizazz » 26. January 2006 00:10

Hey you guys... you need to buy a Domain name first ( a WWW name) and then use ZoneEdit to reroute your DNS to your router..... this is why nothing is working.....

You need 2 things....

#1. Valid Domain Name .com .net .org and so on buy here.. https://www.godaddy.com/gdshop/registra ... asp?ci=235


#2. you need DNS.. you can get free here for 5 domain names... http://www.zoneedit.com


All you do is take the 2 name servers that zone edit provides you.... bring those to your Domain account at GoDaddy and add those in the correct place.... then go back to Zone Edit and Add you real IP address in with your domain name ...... and then go in your router and open all ports listed that Xampp told you that you need opened... i posted the list of ports in Adam Harper other Topic he posted... this should be all the info you need.... it should work no probs.... after getting a domain name.. dont forget to let the DNS settle.... it might take up to 12-48 hrs before the dns settles thru and finds your pc... some rare accasions it settles right away within minutes.

Good Luck Guys
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Postby tjthedj » 29. January 2006 21:10

For people to veiw your site through your router, go to http://portforward.com/english/routers/ ... rindex.htm and click your router then click default Guide, and forward ports 80 and 25.

hope this helps, up until this morning i had the same problem, until i asked a online friend and he gave me this link. now you can view my site even though i have a router.

i will be posting this same messsage in the other router problem thread!
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Postby Adam Harper » 29. January 2006 23:20

I have looked at my guide and did what it told me

So now that static IP address i made is the one of which i will use and others will use to get to my website?

Here is the IP

192.168.1.100

I also put in the "100" at the end of the ports i wanted to forward.


when i type in this;

http://192.168.1.100/gwmvc/home.html

My Apache server comes up with an error and says it needs to be shut down and here is the error;

http://img8.imageshack.us/img8/293/error6ih.png

What is going wrong? i feel that i'm getting closer to fixing the problem then another one bites me in the ass.....any help on what i need to do would be great.


Also here are the guides i followed so far;

http://portforward.com/networking/staticip.htm
http://portforward.com/english/routers/ ... efault.htm

Also here is a screen shot of what i have done to forward the ports. I know the names are not what the port numbers are i just randomly picked names....

http://img530.imageshack.us/img530/9657/ports28ww.png

Is that right?
Last edited by Adam Harper on 29. January 2006 23:28, edited 1 time in total.
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Postby tjthedj » 29. January 2006 23:27

it seems you have done everthing right!

i can't figure out what the problem is!
i'm going to do a little research on the issue and experiment on my machine because now you've got me really wondering what's goin on.
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Postby tjthedj » 29. January 2006 23:30

i wqas just thinkin about it maybe u might want to try and unplug your cable modem from your linksys router and plug in directly into that computer and see if your site will work

it should
and if it does then we can guarantee it's the router causeing problems (and i'm sure it is, but jsut want to check)
and if it doesn't then we know there is somehting wrong with your computer or the installation.

so try that out and then tell me the results
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Postby Adam Harper » 29. January 2006 23:33

Also i have added a few things to my post b4 this one at the end.

Also here is some more pics that may or may not help..


http://img18.imageshack.us/img18/5418/pic24ai.png


http://img18.imageshack.us/img18/824/pic15jk.png
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Postby Adam Harper » 29. January 2006 23:36

Yup my website can be seen by anyone when i do this. As i said i hade my site runnning fine for like the past year until i got a router about a week ago....also when i go to www.whatismyip.com i get a different one then i do when i go to it with my router connected....i'm sure thats the routers IP and b4 it was just my computers IP so i take it thats normal i'm sure.....but yeah i think it is 100% all on my router for this problem.....also the post above i added some pics that may or may not help


Also you may want to look over my last 2 post again for i added things to them you may not have looked at yet..
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