No, this section is for LAN access to these mostly private (webmaster) folders of XAMPP as defined in this linemikexyz wrote:If I open it up so that any IP can connect, what would regular folks have access to? Would their access be theoretically limited to C:\xampp\htdocs ?
...No, this section is for LAN access to these mostly private (webmaster) folders of XAMPP as defined in this line
As you can see they are not for WAN access but for LAN access as the IPs and IP ranges define.
You need to go back to my first set of links and try and follow the port forwarding configuration for Apache ports (clue) - find your router in the lists for the correct configuration or post here the make and model and I will see if I can find it (in English)
Also make sure your ISP does not block port 80 and any other XAMPP ports - some do.
No, not normal as I don't know of any WebAdmin in XAMPP at all even less one that would request authentication - maybe your firewall/router/modem???.mikexyz wrote:Now when I connect using my wan IP (different IP to the one posted above) using the address http://219.56.xxx.xxx/ I get an authentication requester for "WebAdmin". Is this normal?
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