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How to open port 9000 for remote PHP Xdebug to local PHPStorm

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Last Modified: 2015-03-14
Hi,

I'm trying to set up the remote Xdebug with my PHPStorm. Everything works fine on another project but connecting to an Apache 2.2 server. I can't just seem to get it to work with the Nginx server and it seems like there is nothing being sent from the server. So I'm thinking it could be the port.

How do I go about this? What commands can I use to find out the open ports and if so how do I open it to just my local IP for security for outbound and inbound traffic?

I'm not sure if this will resolve it but it could be a possibility I'm thinking. I read a bunch of posts on setting up the remote Xdebug to work with PHPStorm and the Nginx server but it's not working. Reaching out to the tech support at Jetbrains too.

Any help is appreciated. Blessings<><,
Victor
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