How can I fix access xampp from internet?

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How can I fix access xampp from internet?

Postby james82 » 15. April 2016 17:37

I just test my website on localhost. It perfect. But when I access my website from internet by use my public IP address, it s say like this: http://i.stack.imgur.com/f37So.png;
http://i.stack.imgur.com/zfFkS.png. I just install xampp and put my website file to htdocs local on xampp. I still don't do anything more. Can you help me how to fix this? I want to access my local website from internet. ( In this test, I don't want to use DNS, I just test for my own.).
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Re: How can I fix access xampp from internet?

Postby Altrea » 15. April 2016 20:56

This is a browser security warning. You are trying to access your website by HTTPS/SSL but you don't configured a valid certificate.
This is not an XAMPP issue.

btw: XAMPP is not meant or designed for public accessible environments. Please expect security issues if used in such environments.
We don't provide any support via personal channels like PM, email, Skype, TeamViewer!

It's like porn for programmers 8)
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How can I fix access xampp from internet( video proof )?

Postby james82 » 16. April 2016 09:42

I just want to access my local website from internet. I don't know to do this right. please help me again. This my video I recorded show my problem: https://www.flickr.com/photos/140326507@N08/shares/80026n . Is I do anything wrong? Hope you guy help.
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how to fix xampp access from internet?

Postby james82 » 19. April 2016 05:08

this is my httpd.conf file detail: https://ghostbin.com/paste/e3szw : and this my httpd-xampp.conf file detail: https://ghostbin.com/paste/tas32 . And this is my problem: https://imgur.com/a/tHoVB . And this is my router page: https://imgur.com/43peoJR. As I know, we need enter public IP and it will connect to xampp local website. But I enter my public IP and you see, it just open my router page and I don't know why. Is I post clearlest for this forum help me. Need you guy help and know that just this question and lost my 4 day. thanks you.
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Re: how to fix xampp access from internet?

Postby Nobbie » 19. April 2016 09:57

james82 wrote:Is I post clearlest for this forum help me. Need you guy help and know that just this question and lost my 4 day. thanks you.


This is simply the wrong forum, as this is NOT(!!) a Xampp issue (is has nothing to do with your Xampp installation, you even may delete Xampp and it happens all the same), this is a Router issue and/or your missing skills. Your router catches all TCPIP request on your Public IP, but you need to configure your Router to forward all incoming requests on Port 80 to the LAN IP of the PC, where Xampp is installed. The same for the Port 443, if you would like to use https:// protocoll as well. Look into your Router manual how to establish these "portforwardings". As I can see, there is a menu entry "Port Mapping Configuration", you either need to apply a mapping from incoming Port 80 on Port 80 of your Xampp PC (as well for Port 443), or you have to apply a "Port Trigger" for these IPs and Ports. As i do not know your Router and do not have the manual, i cannot tell you what Huawei means by these menu entries, on my Router (an AVM Fritzbox) this is called differently.

You dont need to change ANYTHING to your Xampp installation (simply use it "out of the box") if you configured your Router correctly. Because (as I already said) this is NOT an Xampp issue.
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