This is a new issue to me and has been driving me nuts for the past hour or two. I have an Apache server running on port 8000 (confirmed in
ports.conf and by
nmap) yet any request to it is automatically redirected to port 80 (specifically, the port is dropped so 80 is default); the request is then refused.
Things I have tried:
- Checked Apache configurations
- Checked iptables (and disabled to be sure)
Here's me running
wget against it just so you can see what exactly is happening
--2010-07-01 04:02:14-- http://10.37.15.166:8000/ Connecting to 10.37.15.166:8000... connected. HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 301 Moved Permanently Location: http://10.37.15.166/ [following] --2010-07-01 04:02:15-- http://10.37.15.166/ Connecting to 10.37.15.166:80... failed: Connection refused. zsh: exit 4 wget http://10.37.15.166:8000/
Anybody have suggestions? At this point I can't even figure out what is causing the redirect, much less the port drop.