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my webhosting services on XP home stopped working

Posted on 2008-10-20
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I have webhosting services on my XP home PC: apache, hmail, ftp and they can be used only locally. Nobody from other PC can view my webs, connect to ftp, send me email etc.
When I ping, dns detection is ok but no response.
Connection to internet works (with and without the router, with and without the firewall).

Whyt should I do?

I am desperate, never hapened to me.
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Question by:jbmd
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Check the Windows Firewall.  It could be blocking port 80.  If you cannot access from outside your network, you ISP could be blocking 80 if you have a consumer DSL or cable connection.  
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I just called my ISP, they changed my IP address. That is really horrible - without prior announcement!
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