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Troubleshoot Apache Websrver; Server Online, Website is not.

I have fairly limited experience with Unix and Apache but I know enough to get around. I'm trying to assist a non-profit with their debian apache webserver. The server itself is online and I can ping out. DNS is resolving correctly. However, I cannot remote into the server and the website itself is offline. I do have access to the webserver by remoting into another machine in the office and then hitting the server. I've restarted Apache and the server without any luck. Can any of you experts suggest thoughts on how to proceed troubleshooting?
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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post the output from "iptables -L"

Are you trying to access the website from the Internet, or internal network.  If the Internet, was the firewall updated to allow traffic inbound to the webservers IP address?
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I'm sorry for the late follow up guys but this turned out to be a DNS issue outside of their network. I was able to resolve. You're help is greatly appreciated. Thank you all
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