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Old 10th September 2011, 23:57
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Question can not access my ispconfig page from outside network

hey all, once again i have ran into another problem.

I decided to go for a new host name,
i set it up with dyndns.com and the default page works when i type in the hostname on port 80, however when i try it with 8080 it just sits and loads all day, the title changes with ISPConfig but so far nothing else. I uninstalled ISPconfig and reinstalled it but so far not working...

any ideas??


if you need the host name let me know and ill PM it.
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Old 11th September 2011, 02:53
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I think your are at home or at office connected to internet through a router.

Did you open 8080 port?
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Old 11th September 2011, 03:54
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i have set the server as a DMZ and set all packets to go to the server IP ( at present i can not test anything as I have a new project and as such the ISPConfig project is on hold, I will when i get the chance to re run the system give you an update but at present all i get is port 80 when i type in the FQDN, when i try FQDN:8080 it just sits on loading using both IE and Firefox, ports are fully open using s port scanner we have at work, the server is at home on a fast cable connection. But as i say i can not do much as i have had to pull that server out and do this new project.... Damn good GUI though
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Old 11th September 2011, 11:50
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Can you check Apache's error log?

Also, can you check all your vhosts (especially the ISPConfig vhost) if they use the correct IP?
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