I have a wireless notebook Im trying to run a webserver on which is apache 1.3.33 and it runs fine when I goto localhost. But when my friends try to see it at there house's it gives them nothing I have a router and I even DMZed it to this notebook, Yet still nothing works. If you need more info feel free to ask what you would need.
I know you've DMZ'ed, but try and fwd port 80-TCP on your router.
Also make sure any software firewalls are not blocking port 80. (Nortan / Windows XP FW.)
Also one last thing.... your router may be configured to use Port 80 as web-interface. This could also disrupt it, try chainging the port in the router settings.
I personally would think that it would be the last option the guy above suggested. If hes running apache im assuming hes using a Linux box cuz i dont think apache is supported on Windows OSs but i could be wrong. But try adjusting the router seetings and see what happens.
Apache can be used in Windows . For sure .
Hey, not sure if you fixed your problem, but another thing you can check is whether your IP address (on the machine running Apache) is set by DHCP or is static. If it is dynamic and the IP address for your machine changes (bid expires, etc) then router forwarding may try to forward to the old IP address instead of the new address. My router warns that port forwarding should only go to IP addresses that are statically assigned.