Wheel of Fire Posted February 27, 2008 Report Share Posted February 27, 2008 It took 10 minutes to setup and the last two days have been trying to get it viewable from my ip address. I established that port 80 is not blocked by setting my router's wan interface to listen on port 80. Asked a friend in Atlanta to log in. He did. No problem with incoming port 80 traffic. I made sure the local address--192.168.254.200--was forwarding to localhost. No problem there. I followed U Central's instructions on dealing with the Apache conf file to open it to the world. No go. I attempted the "alternate port" process to establish that the problem is on my end. I tried 81, 82, 4321, 8050, 8080 and 8090 to the exact same result: views perfectly locally, can't connect remotely. I'm out of ideas, boys and girls. My brain is fried. Please offer suggestions on getting this to become a public site rather than a private site. Peace. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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