JJ_Tagy wrote:This is beyond the scope of this board. I recommend you pay for an IT guy/section especially if you have no idea what you are doing. Doing this on your own and without proper configuration only opens yourself up for security issues.
jay1234 wrote:But if other pc's type in their adress: localhost/websitename
Nobbie wrote:jay1234 wrote:But if other pc's type in their adress: localhost/websitename
Of course not, as "localhost" is a special hostname which always yields to the same PC where the client (browser) is running. Instead of "localhost" simply enter the LAN IP of your webserver: http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/websitename where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx maybe something like 192.168.1.23
Altrea wrote:Contacting a computer in the same network by ip adress should always work (except a firewall is preventing this).
Each name you can use in an URL will also be translated to an ip by a DNS (Domain Name System).
localhost will also be translated to an ip, an special ip 127.0.0.1. This is done by the network adapter of every single system.
jay1234 wrote:It seems a firewall blocks the content.
jay1234 wrote:Also the content is hosted on a own closed map on the NAS... I think i need set a gate/port on listening by 8080? (server configuration) ??
Nobbie wrote:I dont think so. Why that und why port 8080?
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jay1234 wrote:Cause port 80 is already in use by other program.
jay1234 wrote:Its seems to me the firewall is holding back
jay1234 wrote:U german? great
Nobbie wrote:jay1234 wrote:Cause port 80 is already in use by other program.
Yes. But why not Port 5234 or 78 or 3596 o5 8766 or ..... there are 2^16 Ports available (up to approx. 65000).jay1234 wrote:Its seems to me the firewall is holding back
Probably, but it will not help simply to open any other port (like 8080). It is not only the port number, it must also match to a certain application which uses the port. Anyway, i do not believe that you can solve that problem by simply open a port. I also have a feeling, that your IT lacks on TCPIP knowledge (what makes it quiet difficult to solve that issue).jay1234 wrote:U german? great
Yes, i am german. This is a german board (the english board is only a sub board).
jay1234 wrote:To be sure: if i install XAMPP on a local server and i host it from a local laptop from the company... there is no any conection outaide the company according the use of data etc?
JJ_Tagy wrote:jay1234 wrote:To be sure: if i install XAMPP on a local server and i host it from a local laptop from the company... there is no any conection outaide the company according the use of data etc?
That's impossible for us to answer. It all depends on how your network is configured. If there is no route configured to the laptop, then that is correct. If a route is defined or open access is defined for the laptop, then you are exposed.
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