Port 80 Timeout / Abschaltung des Tores 80

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Port 80 Timeout / Abschaltung des Tores 80

Postby tenfold » 20. April 2007 01:46

I have xampp lite and I got it working fine on port 8000, but I tried port 80 and I can only see it on http://localhost/ from my own computer. Port 80 is forwarded and yet other people can not see my page, it times out, why?

Ich kann nicht, gut diese Übersetzung aber ist...
Ich habe xampp und ich erhielt es adaequatSEIEND auf Tor 8000, aber ich versuchte Tor 80 und ich kann es auf http://localhost/ von meinem eigenen Computer nur sehen. Tor 80 wird nachgeschickt, und doch können die Leute nicht meine Seite sehen, warum?
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Postby tenfold » 26. April 2007 19:19

Bump.

Please, I need to know why I can't host on port 80

Bitte muß ich wissen, warum ich nicht auf Tor 80 bewirten kann
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Postby martinpre » 27. April 2007 12:35

connect the other ones through LAN or through Internet?
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Postby tenfold » 01. May 2007 23:15

Internet. LAN is fine on port 80.
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Postby tenfold » 21. May 2007 02:10

bump
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Re: Port 80 Timeout / Abschaltung des Tores 80

Postby Eric Pement » 22. May 2007 23:01

tenfold wrote:I have xampp lite and I got it working fine on port 8000, but I tried port 80 and I can only see it on http://localhost/ from my own computer. Port 80 is forwarded and yet other people can not see my page, it times out, why?

Maybe I'm missing the point of your question, but according to my understanding XAMPP was intended as a development environment for you (only) to see your web pages, not as cheap way to host your web pages on your desktop computer. You should probably be glad that other people cannot see your pages.

I base my opinion on this page -- http://www.apachefriends.org/en/xampp-windows.html#1221 -- which you may want to read before replying to me. Thanks.
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Postby tenfold » 24. May 2007 06:29

First of all Eric, I'd like to thank you. I installed Apache on port 80, port forwarded it, but when people outside of my lan connect to it, it times out, there's no transmission at all. However, I put apache on port 8000 and also port forwarded it, and it worked fine, people could connect to it, and I got an "accept transmission" dialog from my firewall, and allowed it, and it was perfect. It just will not work on port 80, any reason at all it could be doing this?
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Check your ISP

Postby Snoopy.pa30 » 29. May 2007 13:58

Check your ISP.

Some block port 80.
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Postby DigitalDeath, » 30. May 2007 16:26

can i ask, how do you change the port apache runs on. im new to thsi today but ive set everythin up port forwarded port 80 but when i type my IP in it trys to connect to my router and other people get page not found.

EDIT: www.canyouseeme.org also timed out

EDIT: its ok now i worked it out
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