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 tried 8080 without success. I have created a "browser" (URLConnection send on port 80 and 8080) within Tomcat which can talk via a port 80 or port 8080 http connection 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.  However, for some reason I cannot
> access Tomcat using a http://[dynamic ip address] like.

Are you running Tomcat on port 80? Many consumer cable/DSL providers block
port 80 on their residential IP blocks because of Code Red, Nimda c.s. Try
running the httpd adaptor of Tomcat on a different port.


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