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Now, does a Web server need a static IP address to register to the DNS server and point the location? No, the web server does not need a static IP. There are essentially three basic parts to hosting a website: The registrar (which holds the information for your site name -- ex. www.mysite.com) The Domain Name System (DNS) Server (which helps ...


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WAMPServer 2.5 Homepage the Your Projects Menu and Virtual Hosts There has been a change of concept in WampServer 2.5 and there is a good reason for this change! In WampServer 2.5 it is now STRONGLY encouraged to create a Virtual Host for each of your projects, even if you hold then in a \wamp\www\subfolder structure. Virtual Hosts Documentation Virtual ...


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Akamai does not work this way. Different CDNs work differently, but Akamai specifically does not do anycast for their web servers. When a user in NY wants www.acme.com, acme.com's name server redirects ("delegates") to an Akamai name server. The Akamai name server sees where the machine that is asking the question located (based on its IP address) and ...


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Many times, the instructions for setting up a web server for local web development have you set the web server software to only bind to the 127.0.0.1 loopback address, so that it is only accessible from the local host. To fix this, you need to tell your web server software package to bind to all addresses (or at least to bind to the IP address you have on ...


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First, double check your Apache configuration on the RPi and make sure it's not listening on 127.0.0.1 or localhost. Check your port forwarding on your router and make sure you forwarded TCP port 80 and not UDP port 80. Ensure you don't have any iptables rules on the RPi possibly filtering traffic. Try flushing all iptables rules. Also double check your ...


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Your ISP might be blocking the port-forwarding to your IP. its common practice by ISP's to do this to prevent user from running their own servers. I suspect that also you a using sharing an ip with several user therefore cannot forward to your server. try using http://www.canyouseeme.org/ to confirm if port 80 is open to the world


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Sometimes router has firewalls that blocks port 80, please check that. Also sometimes ISP's tend to block port 80 to prevent their subscribers from running web servers, to reduce bandwidth of course. If your ISP does block port 80, try forward it to different port, say port 87. You would need to set up your router to forward traffic on port 87, and you would ...


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Telnetting to port 80 of: cpc20-acto3-2-0-cust165.4-2.cable.virginm.net (the name your ISP gives your IP address) I should be getting a connection response, but I just get: Trying 81.101.5.166... telnet: connect to address 81.101.5.166: Network is unreachable telnet: Unable to connect to remote host This tells me that the port isn't open. While it ...


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You need to add a port forwarding on your router and set it so that port 80 points to the right ip address and to port 80. Note if you have external management of your router enabled on port 80 too, you have to disable this. If you have more than one router/modem that does port forwarding, make sure you set a portforwarding on every device. Also, if your ...



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