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Hey there peeps. I have a server running apache on a linux box, with the recent Suse release and running IPboards. The network is centered around a netgear WGR614v3. I ...
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    Document contains no data! Help!


    Hey there peeps. I have a server running apache on a linux box, with the recent Suse release and running IPboards. The network is centered around a netgear WGR614v3. I connect to my site with dyndns.

    And after a few minutes of surfing my own site from home (using the dyndns link) I get the following error on safari:
    which equates to "Document Contains no Data" if I'm on Firefox.

    Other people, from outside, get the same problem.

    Upon trying to SSH to my server from the outside I get ssh_exchange_identification: read: Connection reset by peer

    The server is still reachable through SSH and HTTP from the LAN so it's working, and all other PCs on the network connect and disconnect from the internet just fine.

    Does anyone know how to fix the issue? It happens too frequently...

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    Perhaps this was posted in the wrong part of the forums? I don't think it has something to do with apache specifically...

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