I am running three servers: Win2003SBS, Win2003Ent and Linux Red Hat Fedora Core 3. For sake of discussion, lets call them as follows:
A = Win 2003 SBS
B = Win 2003 Ent
C = Linux Red Hat Fedora Core 3
All three are on a LAN behind a router. I have static IP and a registered name (lets use www.mysite.com). The routers config table is something like this:
HTTP 80 80 TCP 192.168.1.10 Enabled ---> this is for A
HTTP2 8010 8010 TCP 192.168.1.66 Enabled ---> this is for B
HTTP3 8100 8100 TCP 192.168.1.15 Enabled ---> this is for C
A & B work. They are running IIS. The last one, C, does not work. It is running the Linux Red Hat Fedora Core 3 with Apache as the web server. The /etc/hosts has the following line:
127.0.0.1 flslinux.mysite.com localhost.locadomain localhost
Once I restart the httpd process, I am able to ping C from A and B. I can even open a browser from A & B machines and enter: http://www.mysite.com:8100 and get the appropriate page on C.
The problem is: if I go to another machine, outside of the router (i.e. somewhere else on the internet), I was initially getting:
Zero Sized Reply.
Once I reset the httpd.conf file, now I get:
In the apache logs, the only file that shows any sign of an issue is the ssl_error_log. There are two lines that say "localhost.localdomain error"
Ok, where shall I start debugging this one? BTW: if anyone provides suggestions, would you please give me specific instructions and commands? I know you don't have my exact system configuration in Linux, but the more info. you can give me, the faster I will be able to try it.