I can not access my ip address to xampp

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I can not access my ip address to xampp

Postby pablooh » 26. January 2012 19:45

Sorry my English is super basic, I am using a translator to help: (.

Install xampp 1.7.7 and I can enter this address:
http://localhost/xampp/
http://127.0.0.1/xampp/

But when I enter my ip address reedirige to me I can not access my router and asks me user and password, and when I enter my ip address and xampp I can not, here some pictures.
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http://xxxx/xampp/

Results: 404 Not Found
The requested URL '/xampp/' was not found on this server.

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http://xxx/

Results: User and pass, 401 Unauthorized
Authorization required for the URL '/'.

I want to enter my ip for my friends also to join my website
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Re: I can not access my ip address to xampp

Postby JonB » 26. January 2012 21:14

A. - its probably NOT a good idea to post your real IP.

just type nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn or xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx instead.

B - You might want to read this -

http://bravo.newnetenterprises.com/word ... -security/

C. - My guess based on this login prompt is that Port 80 has been set for Remote Management on your router. You should probably change that to a different port AND make sure your ISP does not block inbound Port 80. The ISP may have set the router that way so they could 'fix' settings.

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Re: I can not access my ip address to xampp

Postby pablooh » 27. January 2012 03:24

where change port 80 :(
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Re: I can not access my ip address to xampp

Postby JonB » 27. January 2012 10:21

Most likely somewhere in the Router setup. perhaps Advanced settings.

It turns out that is an ADSL modem - you probably should contact your ISP to see if what you want to do is possible with your account.

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