I can get to the ServerDoc web pages individually without the php page via http://IP:Port, but they're not showing up on the php page. All I get is...
No access to serverdoc xxx.xxx.xx.xx:25000 check user AllFromThisHost x.x.x.x setting.
No access to serverdoc xxx.xxx.xx.xx:25001 check user AllFromThisHost x.x.x.x setting.
What am I missing? Do I need to add anything to template.html?
Last edited by Threatcon on Wed Dec 10, 2008 1:09 am; edited 2 times in total
The IP required should be in serverdoc.log (if multihomed this can be a few)
Yes I do have 6 IP's on that server, but only one is for ServerDoc.
No connections for the php page are showing in the log file at all for either ServerDoc setup. When I connect via http://IP:PORT I see it in the log though. I'll try connecting to one of the other IP's and see what happens.
also - ensure host has not blocked TCP for security/spam reasons.
No clue how to configure that, but I'll Google it or something. If you know anything please post it. I have a Windows 2003 R2 server.
If the serverdoc log is not showing incoming connection you need to check the php script is not firewalled/blocked - you could always add a "webpage" server in the script.
ie ive just added google.com:80 to my list of "serverdocs" in http://www.serverdoc.com/demo/sd_standalone2.php and now get google (minus the images as im not hosting them) page coming up.
(then if a webpage works check a connection to games server on port 80 as maybe the ports are blocked)
That returned all the open ports on my server and who was connected/connecting to them at that time. I found my web host was trying to connect on ServerDoc's port number. Put in my hosts (hostmonster.com) in the allowed list and it didn't work. So I had to trace their domain name to an IP and add that one.
Works fine now! Whoot!!
Now just to password the directory with an .htaccess file and I'm good.
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