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    Setting up Apache Web Server on FC2


    I am running a Fedora Core 2 box and trying to setup a web server. I have Apache installed but was wondering if anyone had some good links to Web Server setup for noobs. I have been using Linux for a couple of months now so I dont have much experience. Thanks for any help.

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    I don,t know which vesion of apache you are using, but look here and at the Linux documentation Project
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    Thanks, those links helped. Now I have a problem accessing my server outside my LAN. I can access no problem from 192.168.1.105 but can not access from another LAN using my external IP address. I get the error message "your connection was refused". I have tried port forwarding from my router and placed that computer on the DMZ and still no go. I also edited the .conf file to listen to port "8080" b/c I think my ISP blocks port 80. I then try to access using 000.000.000:8080 to no avail.

    Could it be a default firewall setting on FC2 or another setting I need to change under Apache? I am stumped. Thank you for any help.

    BTW I am runing Apache 2.0.5

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    Apache Error

    Greetings,

    Is your Web Server running on the default port or on 8080. Please check that and then try x.x.x.x:8080 from outside your LAN.

    Regards

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    did you check your firewall configuration... you can basically adjust who can and cannot acces your server.. I guess from the other LAN you said that LAN is not permitted to access your network.

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    ask ur isp for blocking ports AFTER u checked your firewalls and it still didn't work. firewall(windows) was my problem, struggeling now to install apache 2 on linux.

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