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Old 1st February 2006, 16:41
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Originally Posted by ramangill
My Linux box is acting as the firewall and as such I have 2 NIC cards. eth0 has the external line from my DSL Provider and eth1 has the internal line with an IP of 192.168.*.* and is directly connected to my D-LINK router. So I guess "Yes, my linux box is in a local network behind a router.
Your server has two network cards, one having the DSL line. But why then do you need another router (D-Link)?

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Originally Posted by ramangill
Also, I last night just setup a domain and configured it with Apache, and I am able to run http://localhost and http://IP_ADDRESS_OF_SERVER and I can see my Apache test page
IP_ADDRESS_OF_SERVER: is it your public IP address, or your internal one (192.168.*.*)?

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Originally Posted by ramangill
but when I http://mydomain.org is comes to some sort of Modem Status page from my provider...weird????!!!!! Why do I not see the apache test page like I should be. The reason why I am posting it here is because it almost seems like the same thing where an outside source is not able to see my network/domain. Internall I can run everything smoothly, but from the outside I can not.
I guess it's either a problem with the DNS records of mydomain.org, or you haven't properly enabled port forwarding on your router (but to know better I have to fully understand your network setup first -> why do you have another router (D-Link)).
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