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  1. Has no single other person had this error? Like.. People aren't able to access my website because the uniserver isn't accessing the internet / identifying my IP. So when I redirect my domain URL to my IP, it will never connect to my 'www' website because of this.. Which is why I need this to be fixed or find a solution as soon as possible. Please and thank you!
  2. Hi there, the problem I am running into with my uniform server is the following: When I click 'Start Apache' & 'Start MySQL' and check "Server Status", the following image is what is seen. Image Link: http://i.imgur.com/lpP7ShX.png If you take a look at the image, it indicates not only is it not able to identify my IP address, but as well as not being available to access the internet. Yes - My port 80 is forwarded. Yes - My .htaccess is configured. - Image Link: http://i.imgur.com/nhPP9Qq.png (Let me know if anything needs to be changed / adjusted) Yes - My firewall is not even remotely on, or blocking literally anything. Yes - My "localhost" works and I can correctly see, and use my website. Yes - My ISP is not blocking port 80. Yes - I downloaded the newest Uniform ServerZ 11.7.8 and I still am not accessible to the internet or able to identify my internet IP address on it. I tried to do as much research and attempted my hardest to try to figure this out on my own, but I desperately need some assistance on figuring this out. I would honestly appreciate literally any advice, help or suggestions to explain as to why my uniform server is not accessible from the internet, let alone not being able to identify my ip address. Thank you very much in advance for the assistance you may provide, as I really do appreciate it very much. I am eagerly looking forward to any responses.
  3. I cannot believe it's been almost 3 years since you posted this, and this STILL hasn't been implemented. How is anyone suppose to know you are suppose to write the answer as "10,8,6,4,2,0". I had to google how to answer the question and luckily found this thread. Un-fu@$ing-believable.
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