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From "Steven Pierce" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache fails to do it's job properly
Date Sat, 25 Oct 2003 23:49:25 GMT


He should see my IP address as well.  X.X.32.15
in the logs.  I did what you did with the IP address and
:80  I tried to reach the machine this AM, and could not
get anything.  

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On 10/26/2003 at 1:47 AM Jonas Eckerman wrote:

>On Sun, 26 Oct 2003 01:14:26 +0200, A. Gideonse wrote:
>> >>> I have a lot of logs like this one:
>> TCP Destination Port: 3849
>Do you have any logs for destination port 80?
>Can you find any entries for IP address in your 
>firewall or Apache logs? I just tried to connect to 
>from that IP, so if the connection attempt ever reached your machine, 
>it should show in at least one of your logs.
>> When I connect to my server with my own computer it says that my
>> 'permit-rule' works:
>> Outbound TCP connection
>That seems to say the your *outbound* connection firs that 
>> Made a rule to permit communication from and to my computer,
>> from any computer on port 80.
>I don't know Norton at all, but in all firewalls I've ever seen, 
>that's simply not how it's done. One rule is never for both incoming 
>*and* outgoing traffic. I'd be a little bit surprised if Symantec's 
>firewall is that different in this regard.
>Are you sure that you haven't simply permitted outgoing connections 
>with destination or originating port 80?
>The symptoms really does make it look like a firewall or router 
>Jonas Eckerman,
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