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From "Michael Rogers" <mich...@michaelsrogers.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Re: Help - Name Server - Maybe
Date Sun, 01 Feb 2009 08:49:32 GMT
Okay:

The .net is served by a name server on the east cost and is associated with Domain servers
in listed order: NS1.IPOWERDNS.COM and NS1.IPOWERWEB.NET.

The .com is served by a name server some where in Montana and shows as Domain servers in listed
order: SMOKEY.MONTANAVISION.NET and NS2.MONTANAVISION.NET.

Nothing is served by a computer on my net work.

The 66.113.46.108 is the IP address of my modem setting here near my desk.  I don't know what
the 66.96.130.11 is, could be ipower, as they are hosting the .net  How did you come to your
IP address conclusion?

I tried the port forwarding but that creates another problem.  each time that I restart my
computer it changes the IP of the computer, for example one time the IP my be 10.0.0.101 and
the next time I start it it my be 10.0.0.104.  However the when I run ipconfig /all it shows
the computer with the Apache server is on as being: host: michael-2.  When I am on one of
the other computers on my network and type michael-2 I see my page.

  From: Nicholas Sherlock 
  Sent: Sunday, February 01, 2009 1:11 AM
  To: users@httpd.apache.org 
  Subject: [users@httpd] Re: Help - Name Server - Maybe


  Michael Rogers wrote:
  > Nicholas!
  >  
  > did you try michaelsrogers.com or .net, I have two domain names.

  Michaelsrogers.com (currently resolving here to 66.113.46.108) gives the 
  "connection refused" message. Michaelsrogers.net (resolving to 
  66.96.130.11) loads fine.

  Are both of these sites being served by a computer on your network? Are 
  they both served from the same connection? What IP address do you see if 
  you go to http://www.whatismyip.com ?


  > look at this and tell me what I did wrong.  I find that on my network I 
  > can also type "laptop-1" and still see the page.

  That suggests that your program is not with a firewall on your computer. 
  I don't think the issue is with your Apache configuration. I think that 
  it is your network configuration. Have you set up port forwarding on 
  your router yet? Have you ever been able to access your Apache server 
  from outside your network?

  > One thing is I am not understanding the "your host" does this mean "me" 
  > as in my computer or the ISPs computer where the names server is?

  I was talking about your computer, the one that Apache is running on.

  Cheers,
  Nicholas Sherlock


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Michael S. Rogers
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Web Sites: http://www.michaelsrogers.net & http://www.michaelsrogers.net/trainwreck/Wreck.html
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