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  Apache Web-Serving with Mac OS X: Part 3
Subject:   Outside users can't connect
Date:   2002-02-03 00:22:04
From:   audiophyle
I am new to web serving, so please excuse me if I miss something seemingly obvious.


I have several computers connected to a Linksys Etherfast Wireless Access Point + Cable/DSL Router with 4 port switch, including a Powerbook using Airport, a PowerMac G4, and two Windows PCs. This is connected to a Cisco DSL Router, which receives a dynamically assigned IP address. I started the Apache server just fine, and I can access the web pages fine since I'm on the LAN, but outside users cannot access this website. I realize that this probably has something to do with the dynamic IP address, and the firewall created by my Linksys device, but how do I get around this? What do I need to do in order to have a web server that everyone can see?


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    2002-02-03 03:26:06  pattyb777 [View]

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      2002-02-06 07:42:16  swanilda [View]

      • Outside users can't connect - me too
        2002-03-03 00:49:45  piddle_spank [View]

        • Outside users can't connect - me too
          2002-12-09 17:16:03  anonymous2 [View]

          • Outside users can't connect - me too
            2003-07-24 19:39:45  anonymous2 [View]

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