David A. Bayly
Tue, 28 Jan 2003 16:57:02 +0000
Well that IP maps to
and that machine refuses connection on port 80. A port scan shows
that port 80 isn't open, so your server is down, on another port or
most likely blocked by the university firewall.
I couldn't ping y our IP number and a traceroute stopped at the first
visible university machine (from the name),
25 YYY YYY 0.20 22.214.171.124 internet-gw.willamette.edu
so I'd ask your (friendly) IT department.
>Don et al:
>The address for the site is:
>The IP address of the machine that is hosting the Manila site would be my
>Mac, so I imagine you don't mean the 127.0.0... Right? My Mac's address
>would be: 126.96.36.199
>On 1/28/03 8:23 AM, "Don Wolff" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> What is the address of the site? This sounds like it could be either a DNS
>> issue (most likely) or an issue with a firewall on campus. Send us the
>> address, and if possible the IP address of the machine that is hosting your
>> Manila site.
>> To condone stupidity is to embrace it...
>> Don Wolff- Technology Coordinator
>> Phoenix-Talent School District #4
>> Office- 541-535-0200
>> Mobile- 541-621-4717
>> FAX- 541-535-7552
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