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it is possible the isp is blocking port 80. i tried to change httpd2.conf to listen on a different port but it didnt seem to have any effect. how can ...
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    it is possible the isp is blocking port 80. i tried to change httpd2.conf to listen on a different port but it didnt seem to have any effect.

    how can i find out if port 80 is open or not?

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    Contact your ISP and ask them if incoming connections on port 80 is blocked.

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    ok - slight change of situation

    im upgrading to broadband yay
    anyway, i guess i wont be able to do anything more until that gets installed, which will be in a week or two

    thanks for the help anyways, muchly appreciated

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