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    Is my server working??

    Could somebody plz go to one of these sites, or all, and tell me if they are working? They are all different approaches that I took to getting my server on the net, without a static IP... Please let me know if they work. BTW, there is no adult content that you will need to be worried about. The worst that could happen is it not load. Thanx a bunch!
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    http://l3vi.no-ip.com
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    http://l3vi.dk3.com/

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    Looks like none of 'em is working to me...

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    the last one works kindof. i hget l3vi in the title bar but then it cacels itself
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    Thats really really wierd... cuz the first 2, im using no-ip, and I downloaded the software stuff that it says to get... And the last one is suppost to be a dynamic IP redirector...

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    Is your server running? If so, are you behind a firewall?

    Maybe the redirects are working properly, but is your firewall preventing us from viewing your site.

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    Umm, I dont know if I have a firewall or not... and yes, I do have a server running... but my computer probably wasnt on when u tried to view them... oops Ill go ahead and check if I have a firewall or not... then if I do, ill disable it.

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    Huh, 4 sum reason, my computers IP changed from 192.168.1.104 to 192.168.1.101 , and my router stayed the same... I had my Port 80 forwarding set to 104, I think thats why it didnt work...

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    Still not working...
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    Hmm, im just going to leave it and start programming instead... get back to it later...

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    Originally posted by l3vi
    Huh, 4 sum reason, my computers IP changed from 192.168.1.104 to 192.168.1.101 , and my router stayed the same... I had my Port 80 forwarding set to 104, I think thats why it didnt work...
    Because is your server's TCP/IP settings set to 'obtain automattically' on the network connection? Becuase if thats the case your router is the DHCP server. The DCHP lease probably went up and the router re-issued a new address to your server Try setting a static one, that way that problem won't happen again.
    Last edited by oracleguy; 06-02-2003 at 04:34 AM.
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    Well, I dont have a static IP...

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    I changed the settings and applied them, and I tried posting them, but when I changed them, I couldnt connect to the internet...

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    When you set your server's network card to a static IP, did you fill in the proper gateway and DNS addresses? If you don't know these off the top of your head, you can get them by first setting it to obtain automatically then from the DOS prompt type "ipconfig /all" and it should list them.

    Once you fill them in, then it should let you back on to the internet.
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    Yup, I know that I got them right cuz I did exactly wut u said 2 do 2 get them... Im just going 2 give up... 4 a couple weeks... then try again... refresh my brain


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