First, I have 2 XP Professional workstations connected to each other through a switcher running TCP-IP. Machine 1 is setup 184.108.40.206 and Machine 2 is 220.127.116.11.
After installing Foxserv I have been able to connect to my running Apache service by using "http:/localhost" from Machine 1. The problem is that I can not connect from Machine 2 to the Apache server, no matter what I try. Can someone pleas help?
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Hi, in this article I'm going to teach you how to run your own site, and how to let people in (without IP).
I'll talk about and explain each step... :)
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If you've heard about htaccess and it sounds like it does what you want, but you're not sure how it works... well, you're in the right place. Read on.
#1. It's a file and its filename is .htaccess (yes, with a dot in the front).
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