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Re: [vox-tech] Port Forwarding or firewall?
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Re: [vox-tech] Port Forwarding or firewall?

It sounds like your DB server's admin feature is listening only on 
localhost and not on the network interface... which is the default 
setting that you'd probably expect.


Hai Yi wrote:
> Hello there:
> I installed an apache http server on my ubuntu linux box, and I config
> the port forwarding in my router, and I can access the page from
> outside of my local network, everything is cool.
> however, when I installed an oracle express version db server on the
> same box, I can access its admin page from the same box by typing:
> http://localhost:8080/apex, I config the router's port forwarding
> again, but this time, I can't visit the page from outside, and I can't
> visit the page from inside either (use
> Some ppl said that it might be that I have my firewall installed on
> the linux box, and this is my opened services:
> 22/tcp   open  ssh
> 80/tcp   open  http
> 631/tcp  open  ipp
> 1521/tcp open  oracle
> 3306/tcp open  mysql
> 8080/tcp open  http-proxy
> I hope that I've made myself understood.
> any help?
> Thanks a lot!
> Hai
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