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How to config to access 'Open Server' in lan

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Quangckt
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Непрочитанное сообщение Quangckt » 30 авг 2013, 07:51

Hi everybody!

My problem:
+ Server [ip: 192.168.1.103; port: 8085]
+ Client [ip: 192.168.1.6]
=> At Server:
+ localhost:8085 => OK
+ 127.0.0.1:8085 => NOT OK
=> At Client:
+ 192.168.1.103:8085 => NOT OK

===> Please help me fix this problem! Thanks to everybody

Quangckt

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Непрочитанное сообщение Zord » 30 авг 2013, 10:05

Hi! Can you show us screenshots of your settings? (Server, Domains, Aliases).
And what do you mean by 'NOT OK'?

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Непрочитанное сообщение Максим » 30 авг 2013, 10:26

By Google Translate:

Working with external networks

Open Server can run on local networks and the Internet as a web server. To work on the Internet requires a static (white) IP address. To allow access to the server from the outside must specify * as the IP address in the settings of Open Server, in this case, access will once for all networks to which your computer is connected. If you want to allow access only to a particular network (eg LAN), then enter in your program issued by the IP address of your computer on the network.

Note: When using a router or other gateway may require some tweaking. See the documentation for the equipment used, contact your network administrator.

Outside access to local domains

Once you set up remote access to your server, all local domains will be available remotely. To open a site from a remote machine needed in HOSTS file such a computer account with the address of your local domain, for example: 64.55.96.24 supersite (where 64.55.96.24 is the address of your computer, and supersite is the name of the local domain). After making the appropriate entry in the HOSTS file on the remote computer domain supersite will be available in the usual set in the browser. But pay attention - with a simple set of IP address of your computer http://64.55.96.24/ or when trying to access a non-existent local domain will open a blank page.

So that when typing IP address of your computer opens a specific local site, you can create an alias of the form ip ⇒ domain. After these steps, you specify a local domain name for which you have created an alias that will be available through a local network or the Internet at http://64.55.96.24/ ). If your computer is connected to multiple networks and server configuration is set IP = *, it is necessary to create such an alias for each IP address issued by your computer in each of the networks.

Secure Your Computer

When working with external networks there is no guarantee the security of your computer. The server is started with administrator privileges, which means that scripts run under its control, can do everything on the computer, whatever. Security holes can open scripts hackers access to your computer. We do not recommend such use Open Server! Before you configure remote access to the server be sure to read the Server protection of this manual.


You did not create aliases and may not be set "*" in the settings for server IP.

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Непрочитанное сообщение Quangckt » 30 авг 2013, 11:30

Zord писал(а):Hi! Can you show us screenshots of your settings? (Server, Domains, Aliases).
And what do you mean by 'NOT OK'?


Hi! sorry you about my bad english. 'Not Ok' mean 'Not work'. This is my screenshots:

http://www.upanh.com/slider/?e=malihu&s=upload&start=3va1da3q8jr

Thanks about your reply.
Quangckt

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Максим писал(а):By Google Translate:

Working with external networks

Open Server can run on local networks and the Internet as a web server. To work on the Internet requires a static (white) IP address. To allow access to the server from the outside must specify * as the IP address in the settings of Open Server, in this case, access will once for all networks to which your computer is connected. If you want to allow access only to a particular network (eg LAN), then enter in your program issued by the IP address of your computer on the network.

Note: When using a router or other gateway may require some tweaking. See the documentation for the equipment used, contact your network administrator.

Outside access to local domains

Once you set up remote access to your server, all local domains will be available remotely. To open a site from a remote machine needed in HOSTS file such a computer account with the address of your local domain, for example: 64.55.96.24 supersite (where 64.55.96.24 is the address of your computer, and supersite is the name of the local domain). After making the appropriate entry in the HOSTS file on the remote computer domain supersite will be available in the usual set in the browser. But pay attention - with a simple set of IP address of your computer http://64.55.96.24/ or when trying to access a non-existent local domain will open a blank page.

So that when typing IP address of your computer opens a specific local site, you can create an alias of the form ip ⇒ domain. After these steps, you specify a local domain name for which you have created an alias that will be available through a local network or the Internet at http://64.55.96.24/ ). If your computer is connected to multiple networks and server configuration is set IP = *, it is necessary to create such an alias for each IP address issued by your computer in each of the networks.

Secure Your Computer

When working with external networks there is no guarantee the security of your computer. The server is started with administrator privileges, which means that scripts run under its control, can do everything on the computer, whatever. Security holes can open scripts hackers access to your computer. We do not recommend such use Open Server! Before you configure remote access to the server be sure to read the Server protection of this manual.


You did not create aliases and may not be set "*" in the settings for server IP.


Thanks but you see my config right or wrong :)

Server:
+ source domain: 192.168.1.6
+ target domain: www.minhtamprolab.com.vn
Client (Lan):
+ hosts file: 192.168.1.103 www.minhtamprolab.com.vn

Please help me!
Quangckt


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Непрочитанное сообщение Quangckt » 30 авг 2013, 19:14

Максим писал(а):http://www.upanh.com/slider/?e=malihu&s=upload&start=3va1da3q8jr - not work


New link: http://www.flickr.com/photos/83688690@N03/

I only don't understand which At LocalDomain why don't work with 127.0.0.1:8085. Only work with localhost:8085

Best regards
Quangckt
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Непрочитанное сообщение Максим » 30 авг 2013, 19:24

Looked. The answer is the same - You have not created the necessary aliases and might not have set * in the settings for server IP. Re-read the instructions provided above.

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Quangckt писал(а):I only don't understand which At LocalDomain why don't work with 127.0.0.1:8085. Only work with localhost:8085


Because you have not created the necessary aliases:

ip => domain

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Непрочитанное сообщение bruce741 » 21 дек 2013, 13:44

I only don't understand which At LocalDomain why don't work with 127.0.0.1:8085. Only work with localhost:8085

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Непрочитанное сообщение Максим » 21 дек 2013, 19:34

bruce741 писал(а):I only don't understand which At LocalDomain why don't work with 127.0.0.1:8085. Only work with localhost:8085


If you want to open domain "localhost" at http://127.0.0.1 you need to create an alias: 127.0.0.1 -> localhost

[Menu - Settings - Aliases]

* Works correctly since the last version of Open Server (4.9.0).

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Непрочитанное сообщение emosms » 13 июн 2015, 17:17

Hello,
when I set the aliases to 127.0.0.1 => domain folder or LAN IP = > domain,
Open server refuse to start.
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Tried also *127.0.0.1=>domain
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Also, if I try to change the server IP to my local LAN IP
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Open server refuse to start.
Is it some known bug? I want to access the server over the LAN network.

p.s. Open Server v 5.1.1
Regards


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