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    Can't connect to home.domain.com:80

    Hi Linux Gurus,

    Iam testing my Apache webserver. Now I can access the site on my LAN and can open webpages without any problem, but not on the internet.

    I used http://watson.addy.com to test my site and the following error appeared:

    Server response
    http://home.domain.com
    was redirected to
    http://home.domain.com/

    Response code from http://home.domain.com/
    Can't connect to home.domain.com:80 (Interrupted system call) (code 500)


    What does the error mean? What could be the error?

    I# nmap ns1
    80/tcp open http

    I have appropriate firewall rules to allow access to my Apache server. And to verify, I even shutdown my firewall and the same error kept on appearing.

    My Server FQDN was already included on my ISP DNS therefore, I can resolve names from IP.

    Hope you guys can help me. Iam on the final stage of my project.

    Thanks to you all and more power.

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    Re:Can't connect to home.domain.com:80

    What is your FQDN or IP so I can see what errors, etc. I get.

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    Re:Can't connect to home.domain.com:80

    Doing a nslookup on that FQDN gives me an IP of 203.87.146.61. I did a scan on that IP, it seems it's not active. Is this the correct IP? If not you need to update your DNS.

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    Re:Can't connect to home.domain.com:80

    I can't reach it by IP. Can't ping nor can I port scan it.

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    Re:Can't connect to home.domain.com:80

    [quote author=infinite_root link=board=4;threadid=9034;start=0#msg82205 date=1082689192]
    [quote author=Whiz link=board=4;threadid=9034;start=0#msg82155 date=1082632043]
    Doing a nslookup on that FQDN gives me an IP of 203.87.146.61. I did a scan on that IP, it seems it's not active. Is this the correct IP? If not you need to update your DNS.
    [/quote]

    Yes, that was the correct ip address for my server. Could you also please check if you can open my site using it's IP?

    Thanks a million.
    [/quote]

    Are u using a static ip or is it assigned by your ISP (ie. DHCP)?

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    Re:Can't connect to home.domain.com:80

    I"m not sure that's the case but Penthus is having the same kind of problem; can't reach host from the NET side. The problem may be with the router that they gave ( they block all kinds of traffic from outside via firewall? ) or the ISP's bridge block all traffic TO your side but not FROM your IP. I'm not sure though, just a wild guess.

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    Re:Can't connect to home.domain.com:80

    [quote author=Mountainman link=board=4;threadid=9034;start=0#msg82214 date=1082721539]

    Are u using a static ip or is it assigned by your ISP (ie. DHCP)?
    [/quote]

    Yes, I am using static IP.

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    Re:Can't connect to home.domain.com:80

    I called out my ISP. And they said the problem was with the zone entries on their DNS Server.

    Thanks to all who help!

    More power to you all!

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