Dave, Justin, this is exactly the problem I have been discussing this week
in a separate thread...
If I'm only allowing specific ports access to my Linux machine, why do I care
about iptables at all? I mean, if I am only allowing http and maybe ftp
through my router, do I need to configure another firewall on the Linux
: great, glad it works for you now.
: > > Well, it sounds like apache is up and running on the correct interface
: > > there is network connectivity. The next thing I would check is firewall
: > > rules. Try /etc/rc.d/init.d/iptables stop (or ipchains stop if you're
: > > using ipchains instead), then try to hit the httpd from your windows
: > > If it works then, you can restart the firewall with
: > > /etc/rc.d/init.d/iptables start and see what happens. I am guessing the
: > > iptables rules may be set to panic mode, which drops anything not coming
: > > from the local box.
: > That was exactly the problem. Thanks so much for your help.
: > --Dave