Sharing Apache Server with the Internet

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Sharing Apache Server with the Internet

Postby Mekonom » 06. July 2010 12:04

Hi I all. I am new on Xampp. I installed for windows it and my apache server works normal. I can reach to http://localhost .Now I am trying to reach my server from internet but as I searched in internet and here in forum ,my 80 http port not works correctly.I closed all firewall , anti virus , also forwarded in router to port 80 (I am using TL-WR340G wireless router).But sites in internet for checking ports says that all of my ports close.I also closed almost all program in task manager.Is there any other configuration for this ? Or my router does not support some thing?
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Re: Sharing Apache Server with the Internet

Postby webuser » 07. July 2010 01:57

Try the portcheck that comes with XAMPP. That may reveil some useful information.
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Re: Sharing Apache Server with the Internet

Postby Mekonom » 07. July 2010 07:56

It says that Apache uses port 80 . But I can`t reach it from internet.
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Re: Sharing Apache Server with the Internet

Postby webuser » 08. July 2010 01:05

Can't reach, as in you get an error saying no access or like it isn't even there completely?

You could to nmap scan yourself from another computer, either lan or internet. It would reveil that it is open and uses that service, apache xampp etc etc.

If so it could be a configuration problem. You sure you set up xampp with the website or test site correctly?

And you use http:/youripaddress/ to reach it right from the outside, not localhost.

Also delete, the original index.php in htdocs. Or back it up somewhere else if you want. As long as its not in there.
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