You should then be able to get to the webserver from outside (assuming of
course that this is the problem).
will *totally* take down all filtering. If your on a local lan and trust
everyone this should be fine, but do give some thought to whether you are
opening yourself up.
Other more firewall clued-in types will no doubt be able to help more in
configuring a firewall.
On Wed, 03 Oct 2001, David Crozier wrote:
> Yip!! Could that be the prob??? If so how do I disable it??
>> Is the RH default install firewall thing in place?
>> On Wed, 03 Oct 2001, David Crozier wrote:
>> > I have just set up apache on a machine I'm playing about with in work. I
> > can see the webpages fine on the machine itself when I point my web
> > to http://127.0.0.1. I can also see it if I point to the Static IP
> > I set up on the machine. I can ping the machine fine from other machines
> > the network. The httpd is started ok. I can't seem to view the web site
> > from other machines on the network!! Machine running RH7.1 which has just
> > been installed so no opportunity to fuck it up myself:). Any ideas?
> > dave
> > David Crozier
> > www.davidcrozier.co.uk
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