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Apache and Cox Hi-Speed Internet
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    Apache and Cox Hi-Speed Internet

    Okay I just got my CHSI and modified httpd.conf to look at port 8080. My linksys router is forwarding that port. You can telnet and ssh by domain name so that is linked. Why do I get either a "connection refused" or time out when I type www.btshadows.net?

    What did I miss on the httpd.conf?

    Thanks
    Ras

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    Re:Apache and Cox Hi-Speed Internet

    Hmm, is it listening on the LAN IP, or just 127.0.0.1 (localhost) ?

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    Re:Apache and Cox Hi-Speed Internet

    Its listening to *.8080 but I think the problem is more related to the owner of my domain name. Don't I have to tell them to send requests to 8080 instead of 80?

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    Re:Apache and Cox Hi-Speed Internet

    I'm not at all an apache guru, but i think when you use any port other than 80 you have to supply the port number to the url. I.E. www.btshadows.net:8080. I just tried this and was able to get your apache test page.

    Stix

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    Re:Apache and Cox Hi-Speed Internet

    I can see SSH but why are you running a telnet server on the net... clear text is the devil.

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    Re:Apache and Cox Hi-Speed Internet

    Me? I am not running a telnet server... SSH and FTP along with hopefully soon a webserver (AGAIN). I will look at the services when I get home again to make sure telnet is not up.

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    Re:Apache and Cox Hi-Speed Internet

    [quote author=Stix link=board=4;threadid=6251;start=0#59193 date=1044293894]
    I'm not at all an apache guru, but i think when you use any port other than 80 you have to supply the port number to the url.[/quote]
    Actually, NO. It's in Apache's set up config file, httpd.conf. There is a line specifying what port Apache need to listen to other than the default.

    So, look for this line in your /etc/apache/httpd.conf file.

    Code:
    Listen your.ip.address
    Listen 80
    Then modify 80 to read 8080 and restart apache. All should be fine.

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