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cant connect

Postby Nightshift » 11. November 2007 21:41

Hi, i just finished the setup of XAMPP and everything works fine when im working trough the LAN. But when a friend trys to connect to the site i made he cant enter, the same happens to me. The LAN ip works but when im trying to enter with the "real" IP i get Conection aborted.. al ports are open, i also tryd with the firewall off but the same happens then.. hope you understand my problem my english isnt that good..
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Postby Izzy » 12. November 2007 09:00

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It has some very clear and in depth instructions on your topic and checking out the menu items in the left frame, in particularly the Router item, must surely give you a solution for your issue.

Please let us know if you find this site useful and a solution.
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Postby LooseCannon » 12. November 2007 14:18

Hello and welcome Nightshift. :)

As additional/alternative reference, you might like to also look at http://www.portforward.com/

I'm assuming that the problem is accessing the XAMPP server from outside the LAN. Therefore, I believe the router should run a 'virtual server' and send the network traffic to/from your XAMPP server. It can be very easy or frustrating.

Note: Saying '.. al ports are open, i also tryd with the firewall off .." seems a little contradictory. I raise this because having a fire wall, which normally blocks ports _itself_, somewhere forgotten or unknown can cause much heartache. In other words, be sure that _all_ firewalls are off between you,,, than asap, get them back on!

Good luck.
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Postby Nightshift » 12. November 2007 19:35

I just found the problem, it was a real clumsy mistake.. I fill in the wrong IP when i forwarded the ports. anyway i did learn some stuff when i tryd to find the problem :) at least i got something for al the hours i spent with this "noob" problem:P. This site gave me the answer http://www.dslwebserver.com/main/fr_ind ... /main.html

under the port checking.

Thanks for the help :)
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