Re: Dynamic DNS

2003-12-15 Thread webmaster
with another tomcat with a dynamic dns. But, trying it with another real browser it does not work. At 09:24 PM 12/14/2003, you wrote: This question is probably better asked on the users list. I am trying to use my home computer for development and need to access a running web server on the computer

Re: Dynamic DNS

2003-12-15 Thread Martin Gainty
useURIValidationHack=false disableUploadTimeout=true / Regards, Martin - Original Message - From: webmaster [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Tomcat Developers List [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, December 15, 2003 2:05 AM Subject: Re: Dynamic DNS Thanks for the response. I am going to dev because

Re: Dynamic DNS

2003-12-15 Thread webmaster
- Original Message - From: webmaster [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Tomcat Developers List [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, December 15, 2003 2:05 AM Subject: Re: Dynamic DNS Thanks for the response. I am going to dev because I thought and still think a bit that it might be a dev issue. I have

Re: Dynamic DNS

2003-12-15 Thread Adam Fisk
or whatever port you're using now on your router to the listening port on your machine running the server. You're probably already doing all that, but I just thought I'd be explicit. Some dynamic DNS services also have utilities for reporting your real address, although your router should tell you

Re: Dynamic DNS

2003-12-15 Thread webmaster
Thanks, Adam, This was more than helpful and is much appreciated. Michael McGrady At 08:17 AM 12/15/2003, you wrote: Adam Fisk [EMAIL PROTECTED] LEGAL NOTICE This electronic mail transmission and any accompanying documents contain information belonging to the sender which may be

Re: Dynamic DNS

2003-12-15 Thread webmaster
, or similar commands). Then you need to forward incoming requests on port 8080 or whatever port you're using now on your router to the listening port on your machine running the server. You're probably already doing all that, but I just thought I'd be explicit. Some dynamic DNS services also have

Re: Dynamic DNS

2003-12-15 Thread Adam Fisk
Hi Michael- Given that this is wandering into areas not quite related to Tomcat, we should probably continue this discussion off list. Feel free to e-mail me directly at afiskatspeedymaildotorg (insert @ for at and . for dot). You basically need to tell dynamic dns the external IP of your

RE: Dynamic DNS

2003-12-15 Thread Danny Angus
to the number of ports that can be forwarded. d. -Original Message- From: webmaster [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 15 December 2003 15:58 To: Tomcat Developers List Subject: Re: Dynamic DNS Thanks, Martin, but I think the problem is that there is a subnet on a wireless router

Dynamic DNS

2003-12-14 Thread webmaster
I am trying to use my home computer for development and need to access a running web server on the computer. However, for some reason I cannot access Tomcat using a http://[dynamic ip address] like. I get a page cannot be displayed error. The same http://[dynamic ip address] works when

Re: Dynamic DNS

2003-12-14 Thread Sander Temme
This question is probably better asked on the users list. I am trying to use my home computer for development and need to access a running web server on the computer. However, for some reason I cannot access Tomcat using a http://[dynamic ip address] like. Are you running Tomcat on port 80?