[wellylug] Just discovered server is not serving up pages

John Durham john.modec at xtra.co.nz
Fri Dec 31 14:01:14 NZDT 2010

On 31/12/2010 1:33 p.m., Don Gould wrote:
> On 31/12/2010 1:29 p.m., John Durham wrote:
>> On 31/12/2010 1:06 p.m., Don Gould wrote:
>>> On 31/12/2010 11:16 a.m., John Durham wrote:
>>>> The CentOS server in my office does not serve up pages at the moment.
>>>> The static IP is
>>>> Standard IP is
>>>> It was recently registered on ehost.
>>>> This problem is a bit beyond me because it looks and acts like a
>>>> server, but it isn't working like one.
>>>> All suggestions welcome.
>>> Ok, I'm confused. I can't even traceroute to either of those two ips let
>>> along get port 80
>>> D
>> I'm sure the server is in good order. It's mainly a matter of
>> redirecting traffic to it. At the moment I have decided to try using
>> kiwi host (as it is easier to trade in $NZ). If I'm correct about
>> this, once the IP information is registered, the problem should be over.
> Ok now I'm even more confused. The server is in your wgtn office
> connected to what exactly?
It is connected to I524 DLink router and then to a Motorolla Surfboard 
cable modem.
> I'm really not sure what those IP addresses have to do with anything.
Simple, the office contains 4 PCs and the server must receive the 
external requests for pages.
It has a static IP of
> D

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