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8080 Page doesn't show in Linux, Apache WS & Tomcat Installation

 
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Fedora Core 2 (FC2) was installed in a Linux test server. In the process the bundled Tomcat 4.x and Apache Web Server were installed. I uninstalled the Tomcat rpm and installed a higher version Tomcat 5.x. In this new setup, the installed Apache page can be accessed via 'http://test_server.dom:80 while the Tomcat page can be accessed using 'http://test_server.dom:8080' - in the test server's browser.

The problem is in the Windows client machine, the URL to access the Apache page works but that for the Tomcat won't (http://test_server.dom:8080) - the browser message that appears is:

"Can't connect to test_server.dom (8080)."

Any thoughts on how to straigten this out? Thanks in advance.
[ September 22, 2004: Message edited by: boyet silverio ]
 
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I saw this at fedoraforum.org. It may be your problem.

Hope it helps.

andrew
 
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Thanks for the reply Andrew.

I got it working by making eth0 trusted in the Security Level configuration. I don't know if there are any security side effects of this action since the other installations did not require the 'trust' (though this were however in lower RedHat version installations).

I'll look into the suggestions in the link you provided.
 
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