[RC5] [ON TOPIC] Cedric's connection problem
root at jennifer-unix.dyn.ml.org
Sat Jan 3 15:47:12 EST 1998
On Sat, 3 Jan 1998, Cedric Tefft wrote:
> Greg Wooledge wrote:
> > Actually, you might want to consider that perhaps it's your firewall.
> > You say you've managed to successfully load web pages from ports such
> > as 8001, but perhaps ports in the 2000 range are being blocked in the
> > outgoing direction by the firewall.
> Well, I'm equating the HTTP proxy to the firewall since I don't really
> know what's on the other side of the proxy. But I know what you're
> saying. Although there's no way I can get shell access to the
> firewall/proxy, I can try a web page lookup on a regular web server in
> the 2000 port range. Anybody know of a publicly accessable standard web
> server living on a port in the 2000 range?
For the time being (I.E. till I next reboot), you can get
It should look like this:
This Web Site is Under Lots of Construction!
This web server first became avaible [18/Aug/1997:15:42:54 -0400], so you
may well be one of the first few people to access it. My current working
linux source can be found here. This version contains some custom
hackery, I'm working on a reformed Makefile system, and the fatish
filesystem (msdos, fat32, vfat, umsdos, and uvfat).
Well, I guess that's it for now.
-=- James Mastros
(BTW - The information there is WAY out of date.)
-=- James Mastros
Information as a base of power is coming to an end. In the way the world
works tomorrow, the power to *do* *something* *with* *information* is what
-=- James Mastros, rephrasing Nugget (David McNett, distributed.net
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