i have redhat 9.0 fedora installation.
i have apache running and internet users can see my web pages.
i have the sun java systems server running and internet users can not access my applications
Within my LAN I can access everything.
i changed apache to listen on port 81 and set up a listener for my java apps. on port 80
then i went to a an internet point out side my lan and i was able to access the java apps
but not the web sites running under apache.
My network settings should not have changed since the installation.
The only other thing that may be causing a problem because i am not completely sure
how it should be configured is my proxy server (privoxy) it listens on port 8118 i.e.
this is just so workstations on my lan can access the internet.
I need to know what and how to change to let outsiders access other ports .
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