Trying to see website from the Internet

2003-10-21 Thread Micke P
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-

Re: Trying to see website from the Internet

2003-10-21 Thread Micke P
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

Re: Trying to see website from the Internet

2003-10-21 Thread Micke P
--- [EMAIL PROTECTED] 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

Re: Trying to see website from the Internet

2003-10-21 Thread Micke P
--- Paul Everlund [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Micke P wrote: 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

Re: Trying to see website from the Internet

2003-10-21 Thread Micke P
--- [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I opened the port on my (hardware) router box, not the FreeBSD firewall. Internet - ISP - Modem - Router - FreeBSD box. Hopefully that's all I need to do to forward the port 8080 packets. Do I need to configure the FreeBSD firewall settings as well to

Re: Trying to see website from the Internet

2003-10-23 Thread Micke P
, Micke P wrote: Do you know what an ISP, earthlink, in this case, might do to keep you from serving pages? I'm using another port from 80, because I just get the ISP modem status page when using the dynamic IP with the normal 80 port. I doubt that would be the case, it is much more

Re: Trying to see website from the Internet

2003-10-24 Thread Micke P
thinking it's the ISP, since I don't really understand how requests could / or could not go from the dynamic IP to the ISP-assigned LAN IP without their router or whatever. Micke --- Viktor Lazlo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, 23 Oct 2003, Micke P wrote: Hi, Well, it's

starting daemons at server start

2004-01-04 Thread Micke P
Hi, There are a couple of things that I'm struggling with unsuccessfully. :-( One of them is figuring out how to get daemons to start up when the server starts, or restarts, without having to start them manually. It may be clearly defined in the handbook, but I am inept enough to not see it.

SAMBA setup

2004-01-04 Thread Micke P
Hi, I've configured SAMBA as well as I could, but am still missing how to get this all set up. Could someone send their config file and drive configuration settings, or whatever? Or just contact me (with a *lot* of patience). Thanks, Micke __ Do you Yahoo!?

RE: starting daemons at server start

2004-01-04 Thread Micke P
Right! Ok, it's definitely not inetd that I need. I'm thinking primarily of starting apache and a dynamic ip updater automatically at startup. Micke --- fbsd_user [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Maybe you just don't understand what you are seeing. Inetd is the Super server. Every thing you

sharing files with windows systems was Re: SAMBA setup

2004-01-04 Thread Micke P
As a stop gap, I'd even be glad for info on seting up ftp'ing with the windows machines on my LAN. Right now I am ftp'ing to and from my ISP webspace. Thanks, Micke I've configured SAMBA as well as I could, but am still missing how to get this all set up. Could someone send their config

RE: starting daemons at server start

2004-01-04 Thread Micke P
If there is something that is done automatically, I swear my karma is that it won't be done! I did do a port apache install. And right, I don't remember that being asked. I'm assuming there's an easier way to get this set up besides redoing the install. Examples of this script(working :-))?

RE: starting daemons at server start

2004-01-04 Thread Micke P
Subhro -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Micke P Sent: Monday, January 05, 2004 12:05 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: starting daemons at server start Hi, There are a couple of things that I'm struggling with unsuccessfully

RE: starting daemons at server start

2004-01-04 Thread Micke P
Woohoo! I changed the permissions on my apache shell file and presto- apache now starts on rebooting! Thanks very very much all of you for your very good help. That's one less thing to be frazzled about. Micke --- Marty Landman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At 02:21 PM 1/4/2004, Micke P wrote