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Date:      Tue, 20 Feb 2007 10:32:00 +1100
From:      Norberto Meijome <>
To:        Drew Jenkins <>
Subject:   Re: How Do I Surf To My Server?
Message-ID:  <20070220103200.1fa32be9@localhost>
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On Mon, 19 Feb 2007 07:26:07 -0800 (PST)
Drew Jenkins <> wrote:

> Yes, that is a start. I added the domain "" (a site I never visit)
> and pointed it to, the IP address given from the above. I also doesn't look right. in your server, run ifconfig and determine
the IP from *that* information.
For example, on my laptop:
[betom@ayiin] [Tue Feb 20 10:29:47 2007]
$ ifconfig
        inet netmask 0xffffff00 broadcast
        ether 00:16:36:29:e1:36
        media: Ethernet autoselect (100baseTX <full-duplex>)
        status: active

the IP assigned to my network card (bge0) is , with a netmask of (0xffffff00 ), and a broadcast of

The only thing you need to access your server from your workstation, if they
are in the same LAN (and subnet...;) ) is the IP address.

> updated pound to use that address, and was able to get the pound daemon
> running. However, I cannot surf to either or the IP address. When
> I run this command: nmap localhost I discover that no Web ports are open:
> neither 80, nor 8080 (Zope), whose daemon is running. nmap
> doesn't return any ports, stating it seems the host is down. nmap
> the other address returned from your ifconfig command, gives
> the same ports as above. Please advise.

since you are bothering with nmap...why dont you just scan all your IP space
(as in your LAN's IP subnet) and move on? :) 

btw, you DO have apache running on your server, right?

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