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Making webserver available from Centos VMWARE image

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I've downloaded a Centos 5.0 VMWARE image and succesfully installed Xampp on it.

However, I can't access the websites from outside the VMWARE image. I probably just need to configure hosts and networking correctly but I have no clue about this.

Here are the various data that may help in solving this issue.

The ip address of the Centos VMWARE Image is :192,168.80.128, Bcast: 192.168.80.255, Mask: 255.255.255.0

The ip address of my local machine (where the vmware is running is 192.168.80.1). I've put in a entry in my local machines host file (centos.test.com) that points to 192.168.80.128.

Now I guess it's just a matter of configure networking-address and hosts correctly. Hopefully someone can help.

Thanks.

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Have you configured the firewall on the CENTOS image to allow incoming web traffic?
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No - is it running by default? If so, it would be alright just to disable it since it's just internal testing anyway. If you can help me with the command for this it would be great.
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From what I know of CentOS - yes the firewall will be on by default. I do not know how to disable it - does it have some sort of web management interface you can access? Like webmin or similar?
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It was the firewall. I stopped it with this command

# /etc/init.d/iptables stop
 
And now everything works. Thanks.
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