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ASSP and Apache

sbranam
Hello all,

I have recently attempted migrating my assp/smtp server from windows to
linux.
Everything seems to work ok except for one thing.
I can't access the Admin page.

I have apache running on this particular server, which I didn't think
would be an issue.
The firewall is off while testing.

I have tried even changing the port from 55555 to something else and
still can't get to it.
I can get to it on //localhost:55555

Any ideas?

Thanks!

Sean



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RE: ASSP and Apache

MaxF
Did you try to get it on //127.0.0.1:55555   ?

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Hello all,

I have recently attempted migrating my assp/smtp server from windows to
linux.
Everything seems to work ok except for one thing.
I can't access the Admin page.

I have apache running on this particular server, which I didn't think
would be an issue.
The firewall is off while testing.

I have tried even changing the port from 55555 to something else and
still can't get to it.
I can get to it on //localhost:55555

Any ideas?

Thanks!

Sean



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RE: ASSP and Apache

sbranam
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Yes and it works.
Just unable to access //ipaddress:55555

It seems quite bizarre to me.
Unless I need to point Apache to the dir that have the index file?
But it was my assumption that the index file is generated by the perl
script, but not sure if it is actually a file or just read from the perl
script?



Sean Branam
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Coronado Unified School District
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Did you try to get it on //127.0.0.1:55555   ?

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Hello all,

I have recently attempted migrating my assp/smtp server from windows to
linux.
Everything seems to work ok except for one thing.
I can't access the Admin page.

I have apache running on this particular server, which I didn't think
would be an issue.
The firewall is off while testing.

I have tried even changing the port from 55555 to something else and
still can't get to it.
I can get to it on //localhost:55555

Any ideas?

Thanks!

Sean



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RE: ASSP and Apache

Lars Troen
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> Unless I need to point Apache to the dir that have the index file?
> But it was my assumption that the index file is generated by
> the perl script, but not sure if it is actually a file or
> just read from the perl script?

ASSP does not use apache. ASSP has it's own web server built in, so be
careful, don't make apache use the same port or anything that would
conflict with assp.

Check your proxy settings of the web client. For testing you can see if
you can connect with "telnet ipaddress 55555". If it just times out or
you get a "connection refused" then something is blocking your
connection.

Lars


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RE: ASSP and Apache

sbranam
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Yeah I know something is blocking it, I just can't determine what.
I'm on the same LAN as the box, nothing between me and the box and no
firewall.
Very bizarre

Thanks!

Sean

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> Unless I need to point Apache to the dir that have the index file?
> But it was my assumption that the index file is generated by
> the perl script, but not sure if it is actually a file or
> just read from the perl script?

ASSP does not use apache. ASSP has it's own web server built in, so be
careful, don't make apache use the same port or anything that would
conflict with assp.

Check your proxy settings of the web client. For testing you can see if
you can connect with "telnet ipaddress 55555". If it just times out or
you get a "connection refused" then something is blocking your
connection.

Lars


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RE: ASSP and Apache

Lars Troen
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>
> Yeah I know something is blocking it, I just can't determine what.
> I'm on the same LAN as the box, nothing between me and the
> box and no firewall.
> Very bizarre

If the connection times out, it's most likely a firewalling software
blocking it.
If you get "connection refused", it's probably an access list on the
switch.

These rules are not absolute, but using them as a rule of thumb might
help you getting started this troubleshooting issue.

I would try to stop apache and move the ASSP web server to port 80 as it
has a much better chance of not being blocked.

Good luck!

Lars


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RE: ASSP and Apache

sbranam
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Ahh found the reason.
Someone had set the firewall to start at boot.
I was assuming the whole time the firewall was off.
After tracing my steps , again , I solved it.

Thanks everyone!

Sean


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>
> Yeah I know something is blocking it, I just can't determine what.
> I'm on the same LAN as the box, nothing between me and the
> box and no firewall.
> Very bizarre

If the connection times out, it's most likely a firewalling software
blocking it.
If you get "connection refused", it's probably an access list on the
switch.

These rules are not absolute, but using them as a rule of thumb might
help you getting started this troubleshooting issue.

I would try to stop apache and move the ASSP web server to port 80 as it
has a much better chance of not being blocked.

Good luck!

Lars


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