Chuck Swiger <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > [ ...hitting return every 76 characters would be nice... ] Interesting... I just double-checked my Yahoo! outbound message settings, and confirmed message width is fixed at 72 chars. Never had a complaint before. If you've any ideas PLMK. Regardless, I apologize for the on-screen abuse. >Um. I consulted my magic eight ball, and it translated your question as: Was it that obscure? If so, sorry again.
>] I'm trying to host a web site on a FreeBSD machine. My registrar, godaddy, >] offers a redirect service which sends requests from "www.mydomain.com" to your >] FreeBSD machine, which possibly has a dynamic IP? Yes. I have registered a domain name at godaddy.com, and linked it to the dynamic IP address that my ISP has assigned to me. On my internal network, behind a router, I have a FBSD machine, on which I'm running apache. In order to make all this work with a non-well-known web server port, I had to use godaddy.com's "Domain forwarding" feature to point to the IP:port combination. >If so, have you set the hostname of the server via this section in your >httpd.conf file: >ServerName www.mydomain.com Yes; my "ServerName" variable is set in exactly this fashion. >Also, are you running apache on port 80, or is that being blocked by your ISP? My ISP blocks and monitors well-known server ports such as 80 and 21. I'm running well out of the well-known range at 10101. >-Chuck Thanks. ~John --------------------------------- Do you Yahoo!? SBC Yahoo! DSL - Now only $29.95 per month! _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"