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Re: How Do I Surf To My Server?
- To: freebsd-questions_(_at_)_freebsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: How Do I Surf To My Server?
- From: Drew Jenkins <drewjenkinsjr_(_at_)_yahoo_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2007 04:53:05 -0800 (PST)
----- Original Message ----
From: Kevin Kinsey <kdk_(_at_)_daleco_(_dot_)_biz>
To: Drew Jenkins <drewjenkinsjr_(_at_)_yahoo_(_dot_)_com>
Sent: Monday, February 19, 2007 6:26:07 PM
Subject: Re: How Do I Surf To My Server?
>Use "netstat -anf inet" on the server and see if port 80 or 8080 is
>"LISTENING", and on what address.
This reports tcp4 listening on 192.168.1.130.80. Nothing on 8080, which would indicate a problem with my configuration of Zope.
>If the server is LISTENING on the
>FBSD box on the correct ports, but nmap doesn't show it, then I would
>assume a firewall problem, but I'm not "on the ground" there.
Okay, can you give me some suggestions as to how to troubleshoot this?
>If you do
>see a LISTENING entry, use that interface (assuming it's Ethernet and
>one that it accessible from your laptop) as the entry in the laptop's
Did that, but I get a "Service is not available." message in the browser (FF).
>192.168.1.255 is a broadcast address and should not be used for the
>configuration of a webserver (is that what "pound daemon" is? Think so,
>can't remember previous mail at this point).
Pound is a reverse proxy. It just redirects traffic from one port to another. The actual server is built into Zope.
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