OK so you just want to check your webpage to see what it looks like from the internet to other people, and you want to use your normal connection to do so yourMessage 1 of 5 , Jun 26, 2008View Source
OK so you just want to check your webpage to see what it looks like from the internet to other people, and you want to use your normal connection to do so your not dial up..
I ran accross this service http://www.vischeck.com/vischeck/vischeckURL.php put in your net IP address and they'll grab your webpage and display it. Kind of like proxy.
The only this is the webpage is intended for colorblind people, its made to test your own website and see what it looks like for people who are color blind. So the color might be a little bit off but should let you check you webpage, just like if you were at your friend house looking back at your house, your webserver at your house.
Just make sure you open up a port on your router to forward a sertain port to your webserver, like 8080, or really any port going from yout net static IP (yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy:8080) to the internal IP of the server port 80 (192.168.xx.xx:80 or 10.xxx.xxx.xxx:80) what ever your internat netlwrk IP for that webserver might be.
--- In email@example.com, "Graham" <fgmarshall@...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Nelson Neves"
> nelson.s.neves@ wrote:
> > --- In email@example.com, "Graham" <fgmarshall@> wrote:
> > >
> > > (Sorry - new to Slug and Linux)
> > >
> > > I wonder if the following is possible?
> > >
> > > I want to view a family private web site created on my own Linux box
> > > at home. I can get out on POTS modem and back to my site by ADSL but
> > > that is very slow.
> > >
> > > "Web address anonomiser" websites cost money and are a bit risky.
> > >
> > > Can I place a Slug online at my son's house and have it reflect my web
> > > requests so I can browse my own site to check if changes are
> working OK?
> > >
> > > Is there a package for Unslung or Openwrt? Or could I compile
> > >
> > Hi Graham,
> > I'm using the same camera has you (Logitech Quickcam Pro 9000) but
> > using Debian distro on my Slug. Don't know if I call help you to find
> > the rigth packages for your distro but will tell you about my
> > experience with my slugï¿½s webcam streaming.
> > My slug connects to Internet from my router/ADSL connection (512kbps
> > Upload). I use one dyndns.org free account in order to access my slug
> > from Internet, just need to type xyz.dyndns.org (xyz is the hostname
> > that you configure in dyndns) and ADSL IP will be resolved. I also
> > installed debian package called 'ddclient' that will keep my ADSL IP
> > updated into dyndns system. From my router I have configured one port
> > forward rule to my slug where port 8080 from internet will connect to
> > 8080 in the slug (webcam streaming app runs on port 8080 in my slug).
> > For the webcam streaming I have installed mjpg-streammer that is
> > composed by a small webserver that provides JPEG and Motion-JPEG from
> > webcam.
> > With this settings I just need to type http://xyz.dyndns.org:8080 in
> > firefox to access my slugï¿½s webcam. You can also configure
> > mjpg-streamer to ask you for user and password in order to proctect
> > your privacy.
> > From the tests that I've made I can tell you that my ADSL connection
> > is not apropriate for webcam streaming. I only have 512kbps of upload
> > (+/- 30KBps) that will only allow to stream MJPEG-motion video from my
> > slugï¿½s webcam with resolution of 640x480@2fps. I was quite disapointed
> > with only 2 frames-per-second, but the image quality is quite good! I
> > haven't tested streaming speed at lower resoltions because my aim was
> > to get live streaming at reasonable resolution.
> > Hope that this helps you to find your goal!
> Thanks - but perhaps I did not explain my problem well. I want to sit
> at my Mac at home and connect to my Slug webpage (also at home) not
> via my LAN but by going out to the wider internet and back again. This
> will prove that my links etc are correct for someone out on the Net.
> If I type in my own (static) net address I just see my ADSL router web
> page. I can use a dialup modem to go out and that sees my home Slug
> webpages - but it is slow.
> Some sites "cloak" your address so you can do secret things. They let
> me see my home pages - but I do not like their adverts etc :-< and
> most want cash.
> I suppose I could mirror my pages on a remote Slug - but there must be
> a linux program for this?