Re: Accessing Apache behind Router
Gohaku <gohaku <at> earthlink.net>
2001-12-01 06:55:20 GMT
Here's the strange thing,
if I access 192.168.1.10, I'm prompted for Login/Password to manage my
192.168.1.1 and 192.168.100 is the only way I can access my webserver.
I should add that I have tried to configure dyndns.org to work with my
router but with no success and that if I disconnect my router, I am
able to access Apache.
On Monday, December 1, 2003, at 01:23 AM, Jim Walls wrote:
> First step is to see if you have a firewall problem or an Apache
> problem. If you get onto a computer that is inside your firewall, can
> you reach the Apache based web site? For example, if you are on a
> computer inside your firewall with an IP address of (for example)
> 192.168.1.101, and you enter 192.168.1.10 (the local IP address for
> your web site), do you reach the web site. If so, Apache is OK and
> you have a router problem. If you can not reach the website from
> inside your firewall, you have an Apache problem.
> The situation you are describing is exactly the same as mine. My web
> server is on a local IP address of 192.168.1.21, and is behind a
> LinkSys NAT router (simple firewall). I have the routere set up to
> forwward port 80 requests to 192.168.1.21. At this moment, my
> external IP address (it's dynamic) is 18.104.22.168 so someone outside my
> firewall would need to use that address to reach my web server - or
> one of the two domains that are pointing to that IP address (at least
> until my dynamic IP changes).
> Jim Walls - K6CCC
> k6ccc <at> amsat.org