Hi Viktor,
 
 See comments below.
 
 --- Viktor Lazlo <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
 > 
 > 
 > On Tue, 21 Oct 2003, Micke P wrote:
 > 
 > >
 > > Hi,
 > >
 > > I'm having all kinds of trouble trying to get
 > things
 > > set up to see my website on the Internet. I know
 > > people like to claim to be newbies, but I
 actually
 > am.
 > > :-)
 > >
 > > My machine (ethernet card) IP is 192.168.254.25
 > and
> > I'm serving on port 8080. I can bring up the
 site
 > no
 > > problem on my LAN- http://192.168.254.25:8080/,
 > but
 > > not outside.
 > >
 > > My ISP is earthlink and it's a dynamic IP
 account.
 > > Right now the WAN IP is: 68.164.84.178. Trying
 > > http://68.164.84.178:8080/ doesn't work. I've
 > opened
 > > the port, 8080, on the router.
 > >
 > > What should I look at to solve this? I have
 > > unsuccessfully scoured the complete freebsd
 book,
 > > handbook, and archives. But haven't found
 anything
 > to
 > > address this specific problem yet, although it
 > seems
 > > straightforward. If you think I don't understand
 > > networks exactly, you are correct; but it's not
 > for
 > > lack of trying.
 > 
 
 
 > I'm assuming since you say you can view it at
 > http://192.168.254.25:8080/
 
 Yes. On my LAN only.
 
 > that you've told apache to listen to port 8080
 
 Yes. 
 
 >--have
 > you also entered your
 > hostname or IP address under ServerName?

 Yes. 
 
 There seems to be no problem with Apache. The site
 is
 being served fine. It's the internet getting the
 "signal," that's the problem.


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