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Re: LAMP on RHEL 5 (Server)



1)Make sure that the LAMP server's IP is pingable by the other desktop(s). This will ensure you have the correct Ethernet, IP, subnet and default gateway settings.


2)If 1) is OK, try to do as root on the LAMP server a 'service iptables stop'. Then try to access the web page from the other machine. If it works, the problem has to do with your firewall rules.

GM

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Mukerjee, Neiloy (Neil) wrote:
I am running Redhat Enterprise Linux 5 (server) and trying to set it up as a LAMP.

I have Apache 2.2.3, as is displayed to me when I run: httpd -v
I have PHP 5.1.6, as displayed when I run: php -v
I have MySQL 5.0.45, as displayed when I start MySQL.

I can access my localhost from on the machine (via links http://localhost/), and when I do this, the sample index.html file I stored in /var/www/html/ is displayed properly, but when I try to view it from a different machine's browser via the IP address, a connection can't be established. Is this something to do with network configuration or the firewall, perhaps? I can't seem to find anything like this online, so any advice as to what settings might be causing this would be greatly appreciated.





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