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Accessing Websphere over internet

 
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Dear all,
I have configured Websphere and IBM HTTP server on an NT Server. The NT server is assigned two IP Addresses, one for Local users and one for Internet Users. Also I have deployed an JSP applicatin on WAS and tested. I could Access the WAS using Local IP address, but could not access the WAS over internet. I have checked the connection with Internet IP Address also and the connection is working fine.
Also, I have tested the JSP program using LAN connection. It is working fine. I have tested the Default Home page over internet (IBM HTTP Server's home page). It is working fine. But, Could not access JSP page over internet.
Please help me.......
Thanks
Muthuvel C.


[This message has been edited by Muthuvel Chinnachamy (edited June 26, 2001).]
 
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Have you checked to make sure that the Internet-accessable name and IP are in the virtual hosts listing? That could be the problem (it sounds like the probable one, since it works fine from the LAN-accessable address).
Hope that helps!
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Theodore Jonathan Casser
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Dear Theodore,
Thanks for your message and it helped lot. I have added the Internet IP address to the virtual host list and now it is working.
Thanks again.
Muthuvel C.
 
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That was real cool Theodore.
 
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