...I Also Added My External IP # To The Apache httpd File...
Sharley wrote:Just tested and it would seem your FTP is accessible but not your web server on the mgnyc.no-ip.biz domain you posted.
To help with your testing use this web site:
I used Domain Dossier with all the boxes checked to test your site.
It will allow you to see what is and is not running and what your domain and it's related IP is all about - this will save you hassling your mates every time you want to test your site with any changes you make....I Also Added My External IP # To The Apache httpd File...
Instead of entering your IP in the httpd.conf file use a wild card:
BTW, in your case it may be advisable to search these forums for vhost and check out .\xampp\apache\conf\extra\https-vhosts.conf file for some examples rather than keep messing in the servers master configuration file - much easier for upkeep and also allows you to setup sub domains and give specific permissions etc to individual folders in your web root tree apart from having the ability to easily serve multiple domains from the same server.
If you are having trouble with your httpd.conf file after editing, paste it here so it can be looked at.
Use .\xampp\xampp-portcheck.exe to verify your server is available on the correct ports after starting all your XAMPP components.
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