At 4:42 PM -0400 9/10/10, Daniel Brown wrote:
On Fri, Sep 10, 2010 at 16:37, Steve Staples <sstap...@mnsi.net> wrote:
Ok, here it goes...
> I am building an app, that requires a web interface.
> i want to be able to run it on like port 8880 or something... just
looking out there fro something...
I had written one about two years ago for a project, but the code
belongs to the client company, so it won't make it to open source.
However, not only can it be done, but there's even some in existence.
Check this one out:
I've never used it myself, but it may be worth a shot for you.
</Daniel P. Brown>
A question, to clarify my fuzzy thinking about such things:
Can a business have a server connected to the Internet but limit
access to just their employees? I don't mean a password protected
scheme, but rather the server being totally closed to the outside
world other than to their internal employees? Or is this something
that can only be provided by a LAN with no Internet connection?
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