I've even tried using the machine's local IP but that doesn't work in the same way that localhost doesn't. I've installed Apache now as well so as to route requests through that to Zope.

I'm going to be using the same IP address that the webmail exchange service uses. It uses mail.sbcscot.com so I guess if I have http://plone.sbcscot.com then I could tell Apache to route that to Zope? How would I tell IIS or ISA not to listen to that domain? Meanwhile I noticed on installing Apache that it failed to bind to port 80!

On 8/10/05, Philip Kilner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Hi Michael,

michael nt milne wrote:
> Thanks for the help here. I'm calling in a support engineer to try and
> get it up and running. Firewall, router issues involved. Strange
> though that localhost doesn't work. Because that wouldn't go through
> the firewall/router.

I despise ISA Server with a passion - have just spent a couple of hours
hunting down a silly mistake in one of my rules in the 2K3 version which
would have stuck out like a sore thumb in an Apache .conf file.

I wouldn't make any assumptions about what it might block, up to and
including localhost - it bites me time after time, and all I ever have
to do is add web publishing rules, which that /should/ be simple enough.
Problem is, it's all hidden in tabbed dialogues where you can't see the
whole rule at once...<spit>

> I've also noticed that something shuts down pythonservice.exe program
> which is strange.

Now that /is/ a new one on me - but would certainly explain your problem...

Good luck!




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