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can't connect from another computer

Postby r411dy » 05. March 2009 07:25

I have a program in htdocs. I can use that program from that computer with no problem(http://localhost/). But when i want to access that program from another computer (http://192.168.44.123/) I can't. "Network timeout. The server at 192.168.44.123 is taking too long to respond." from mozilla. But I can ping 192.168.44.123. When I look at xampp\apache\logs\access.log and xampp\apache\logs\error.log at the 192.168.44.123,there is nothing, from my IP (192.168.44.125), all from 127.0.0.1.

I need help....

Thanx...
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Re: can't connect from another computer

Postby Izzy » 05. March 2009 08:30

Try changing Listen 80 to Listen *:80 in the httpd.conf file as this has sometimes helped.
xampp\apache\conf\httpd.conf
Save the file after the change and then restart Apache (stop then start again).
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Re: can't connect from another computer

Postby r411dy » 06. March 2009 04:59

I was try change Listen 80 to Listen *:80 at xampp\apache\conf\httpd.conf but I still cannot connect http://192.168.44.123/ the result network timeout. But i can ping 192.168.44.123. Another suggestion?
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Re: can't connect from another computer

Postby initechdesign » 29. March 2009 01:27

I am looking for this solution as well. Anybody have any ideas????
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Re: can't connect from another computer

Postby Izzy » 29. March 2009 02:50

initechdesign wrote:I am looking for this solution as well. Anybody have any ideas????
What version of Windows?
What version of XAMPP?
Both omitted.

Can you see the XAMPP Welcome page from http://localhost/ or http://127.0.0.1/

Apache listens quite patiently with no discrimination for any allowed request from any IP on port 80 - the default Listen directive is Listen 80 and that is exactly what it does.

If you have a firewall or a network that is not configured correctly then the request is not reaching the Apache server otherwise it would willing comply with the request.

Check your firewall settings and then check your network configuration and after you have checked them then check them again.
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