I have jailed
apache on freebsd on a private network with ip address
192.168.100.174, I have another apache server running on the host but it is configured to listen on its other IP addresses but this.
Now what more do I need do to make the jailed apache accessible on another machine on the same network? I have an
index.html page in the DocumentRoot
/usr/local/www/apache22/data. I want to be able to access it through the URL
apache is working OK in the jail:
[root@mambo-webhost /]# /usr/local/etc/rc.d/apache22 status apache22 is running as pid 87597. [root@mambo-webhost /]#
I have two versions of of apache running : one on the host and one in a jail. I installed jailed apache right with in the jail and I'm trying to run the newer PHP version in the Jail. I don't know if I'm really doing the right thing here but I have not come across any documentation on how to achieve this.
I can telnet into 192.168.100.174 on port 80
sandbox2:~$ telnet 192.168.100.174 80 Trying 192.168.100.174... Connected to 192.168.100.174. Escape character is '^]'.
...only if apache running on the host (jail host) is listening on the IP address 192.168.100.144. But I need the jailed apache to be the server accessed for request to
http://192.168.100.174/. Is this possible?
netstart -rn output
# netstat -rn Routing tables ... 192.168.100.145 d0:27:88:03:19:92 UHLW 1 1605 rl0 1068 192.168.100.173 00:c1:28:00:48:db UHLW 1 507 lo0 192.168.100.174 00:c1:28:00:48:db UHLW 1 1 lo0 ...
192.168.100.145 is the other machine requesting for
ipfw list output
# ipfw list ipfw: getsockopt(IP_FW_GET): Protocol not available