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Apache2.0.63 over LAN

samuelmoneillsamuelmoneill Posts: 14Member
edited October 2013 in Apache
Hi,

I have just installed Apache 2.0.63 on a WindowsXP machine.
The XP machine on a company LAN XXXXXX.local

I had Apache 2.2.11 installed on same machine previously with 2.0.63 and was able to access the server's webpages from another computer as follows http://10.10.10.2/

What is different with Apache2.0.63 to 2.2.11 that I cannot access 2.0.63's webpages from another PC?

Any ideas?

Thanks
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  • Josh CodeJosh Code Posts: 675Member
    : Hi,
    :
    : I have just installed Apache 2.0.63 on a WindowsXP machine.
    : The XP machine on a company LAN XXXXXX.local
    :
    : I had Apache 2.2.11 installed on same machine previously with 2.0.63
    : and was able to access the server's webpages from another computer
    : as follows http://10.10.10.2/
    :
    : What is different with Apache2.0.63 to 2.2.11 that I cannot access
    : 2.0.63's webpages from another PC?
    :
    : Any ideas?
    :
    : Thanks
    :
    Use ipconfig.

    Check that you are using the right current IP address of the computer.

    If that doesn't work, try the current IP address of the router.

    Check that you can access the web pages on the same computer using localhost.

    Check that you can access the web pages from any other LAN computer using:
    - first the computer's IP address.
    - second, the router's IP address.

    Where do the checks start to indicate a problem and where do they work?

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