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revised proxypass apache over nonstandard port - how can it be that the 192.168.*:9999 works from the computer itself but not another computer on the network?
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comment proxypass apache over nonstandard port - how can it be that the 192.168.*:9999 works from the computer itself but not another computer on the network?
sorry my original post was too long - the main thing is that the site already loads correctly using the lan ip 192.168.1.5:9999 from a web browser on the server itself, but it doesn't load from other computers on the same network.
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comment proxypass apache over nonstandard port - how can it be that the 192.168.*:9999 works from the computer itself but not another computer on the network?
hi, not sure what that's supposed to do since it seems like it wouldn't be serving the localhost app at all with those settings, but in any case, with the single change you made to ProxyPass, httpd won't even restart.
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