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[ale] Ethernet problem
- Subject: [ale] Ethernet problem
- From: danlambert at bellsouth.net (Dan Lambert)
- Date: Thu Jan 22 19:18:27 2004
- In-reply-to: <[email protected]>
I knew it was something simple, but I couldn't see the forest for the trees.
It was the firewall setting. As Soon as I read this email, I knew what was
the problem. It's working now.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ale-bounces at ale.org [mailto:ale-bounces at ale.org]On Behalf Of
> Michael E. Barker
> Sent: Wednesday, January 21, 2004 6:15 PM
> To: Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts
> Subject: Re: [ale] Ethernet problem
> If everything works great when logged in locally but nothing but a ping
> remote, I would say look at the firewall config. Are you pinging with
> ip or host.domain. If with ip try accessing the web service via ip,
> that will let you know if http is really being served out or not. If no
> then look at the firewall.
> Dan Lambert wrote:
> >Really dumb newbie type question here.
> >I have a blade server with Red Hat 9 installed. It is a Celeron 1.1GHz
> >machine with 512MB ram.1 It is configured for web hosting with Apache 2.0
> >installed, etc. I have my html docs loaded and can use Mozilla
> to view the
> >web pages.
> >Everything works great sending and receiving email, browsing the
> web using
> >Mozilla, etc., but I can't log on to the machine from any remote. I can't
> >FTP, can't HTTP into it, nothing. I can ping it and get a good
> reply with no
> >errors or lost packets.
> >I'm sure it's something that I've overlooked in the configuration, but I
> >sure can't find it.
> >Dan Lambert
> >Lilburn, GA
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