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Hi, I've just inherited an Apache server running on RedHat. About 4 years old so I don't know what version. The server can be accessed by any of our 8 ...
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    Apache access file


    Hi, I've just inherited an Apache server running on RedHat. About 4 years old so I don't know what version. The server can be accessed by any of our 8 class C networks, but can't be accessed by the 10.0.0.0 range that I'm implementing in a new building.

    Which config file do I need to edit/change?

    Thanks,

    Nik

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    Do you mean computer running apache is not accessible on the network or the access to the web page is denied? In second case edit ".htaccess" file, otherwise it's up to your network setting, not apache.

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    I can ping the server (our intranet) but not connect to it from a 10.x.x.x machine. Neither can I find any .htaccess files with a ls -a. Where would they be on an old Red Hat (6.?) box? I could upgrade it to SLES 9 but I'd probably break it

    cheers,

    Nik

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    Try
    Code:
    Listen 80
    or
    Code:
    Listen 0.0.0.0:80
    in apache config file

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