It's possible that either your own PC's firewall settings are blocking port 
8080, 
and beyond that it's possible that you have a switch or firewall/IPS that is 
blocking 
port 8080. Try using iptables (if you're using Linux) to check the firewall 
settings 
on your PC. You can also use ifconfig on your PC (again, if you're using Linux) 
and check your IP address. 

-Scott 

----- Original Message -----

> Hi everyone:

> I have a question about local Galaxy setup process.
> Following the introduction in galaxy wiki, to access galaxy over the
> local network,
> I changed the host setting in the universe_wsgi.ini file from
> host= 127.0.0.1
> to
> host= 0.0.0.0
> .

> Then, we restarted Galaxy and got the messages as

> serving on 0.0.0.0:8080 view at http://127.0.0.1:8080
> .

> It can successfully view on the Galaxy server desktop.
> But this setting, we could not access galaxy from web browser on any
> other PC.
> I also challenged to modify host setting as

> host= 176.22.35.10 (example of fixed local ip address)
> .

> Then, we restarted Galaxy and got messages as,
> serving on 176.22.35.10:8080
> .

> But this setting, we could not access galaxy from web browser on any
> other PC.
> Could you suggest me the other setting of galaxy or linux environment
> (httpd.conf??)?
> Our environment is CentOS 6.2, Galaxy, python2.6.
> And I think our network environment is ok, because the other Apatche
> HTTP servers are fine.

> Thanks

> Suimye
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