You can't access xampp using just the IP
This is the message I get when I try to access; A user name and password are being requested by http://126.96.36.199
. The site says: "WebAdmin"
- it has to have a full address like http://188.8.131.52/bizzo/
is not going to xampp or it would be denied access by that new security feature which only allows local traffic (localhost) access to xampp files, we already established this fact way back.
Also I believe you still have the index.php file in the htdocs folder as I get redirected to the xampp folder in the htdocs folder when I try and use just the IP - then I have an access denied message from the security feature, which BTW is what it is supposed to do.
Try clearing your browser's cache as you may be getting a cached page instead of the one you request.http://184.108.40.206/xampp
will give the security feature access denied message again.http://220.127.116.11
is going to a firewall/router/modem or etc. web based configuration "WebAdmin" and is asking for your user/pass to access it - nothing to do with XAMPP.
IMHO somewhere in your WAN/LAN configuration the IP 18.104.22.168 is being interpreted as a local IP for you but not for us out on the Internet (clue perhaps).
I am not even sure you can access your own PC using the WAN IP, ICBW - a network guru may be able to answer that one or read the post by jdMorgan
tells me that "IT Works"
from down under.
So that is working as it should.
What do you
see when you type in your browser http://22.214.171.124/bizzo
BTW - TOR is a proxy server and behaves differently to Apache as you are going out of your PC to a TOR relay and then back into your PC again to Apache, that's why TOR is working and is much the same as what I am doing from here though not through a TOR relay.
mikexyz wrote:And the Apache log says;
ERROR Client 126.96.36.199 file does not exist ...xampp/htdocs/favicon.ico, referer http //188.8.131.52
Copy the xampp.ico
from the htdocs\xampp\img
folder into the htdocs
folder then rename it favicon.ico
and see if it helps...
...but is that the only "file does not exist" reference in the error.log file???