Re: HTTP server help
- --- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com, Nick Pappas
>What happens if you set the port forwarding on your router to 80. Do
> Hello all.
> This is actually a little off topic, but hopefully someone can help.
> I have a LS2 with the telnet enabled firmware installed, and have
> installed lighttpd and subversion (amoung a few other things).
> I can access my HTTP server via my internal IP address (though port
> 81) and, if I have port 81 forwarded on my router, I can type in my
> dyndns.org address and get my page. But, as soon as I attempt to
> access the page from outside my home network it fails. If the port is
> closed, the connection is outright refused. If it is open, the
> connection times out -- which makes me think that the problem is
> actually in the LinkStation.
> Anyone have any suggestions on why my LS2 might be refusing traffic
> coming from outside my internal network and how I can fix it?
you then get the Linkstation setup pages? If so then you have not
configure lighttpd to listen on all addresses I think or at least
Are you sure you are forwarding TCP?
What does netstat -a tell you?
you should have:
tcp 0 0 *:www *:* LISTEN