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On Wednesday, February 05, 2003 10:31 AM [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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> "Mike Loiterman" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>> On Tuesday, February 04, 2003 9:11 AM [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>> <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>> "Mike Loiterman" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>>>> Absolutly nothing appears in the httpd-access.log file when I try
>>>> to access the index.html.
>>>> When I try to do http://localhost I get nothing. Just this:
>>>> unable to connect to remote host.
>>>> I've restarted apache many times with the same results. I
>>>> restarted my machine with the same results.
>>>> I can telnet into port 80 but Apache doesn't appear to answer.
>>>> Something tells me that the daemon isn't running correctly or that
>>>> Apache was installed incorrectly, although 'ps -aux | grep httpd'
>>> What does "doesn't appear to answer" mean? The fact that you can
>>> telnet in tells you that it isn't a network-layer issue. Did you
>>> try a legitimate HTTP request?
>> Well I telnet to 80 and it just says refused:
>> [02:22:47 root@little_boy: /etc/mail]# telnet localhost 80 Trying
>> 127.0.0.1... telnet: connect to address 127.0.0.1: Connection refused
>> telnet: Unable to connect to remote host
> Ah. So you *can't* telnet into port 80. That's different.
> Use sockstat(1) to see if anything is bound to port 80, and look at
> firewall rules to see if something's blocking it before it gets there.
[13:41:19 root@little_boy: /etc/mail]# sockstat | grep 80
www httpd 30322 3 tcp6 *:80 *:*
www httpd 30321 3 tcp6 *:80 *:*
www httpd 30320 3 tcp6 *:80 *:*
www httpd 30319 3 tcp6 *:80 *:*
www httpd 30318 3 tcp6 *:80 *:*
root httpd 30309 3 tcp6 *:80 *:*
Hrmm...seems to be bound to thr right ports??? I'm not sure how to check the firewall
rules, as this machine is already behind a firewall. Even so, wouldn't the
http://localhost bypass any firewall stuff?
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