Port Forwarding

Kent J. Crippen kcrippen at unlv.nevada.edu
Tue Dec 21 12:34:59 PST 2004

on 12/21/04 12:11 PM, Lawrence Lee at lawrence at userland.com wrote:

> Hi Kent,
> Why are you trying to uncheck port forwarding? That's what Frontier uses to
> listen on port 80.


I now have port forwarding checked and set the "Actual Web Server Port" to
80. I set the Administrator password field on the same page to my user
account password for the OS (right?). Then, I get this message

"Sorry! There was an error: Can't bind listen stream because TCP/IP error
code -3212 - Permission denied.

The error was detected by Frontier 9.0.1 in mainResponder.respond.
Webmaster: kcrippen at unlv.nevada.edu. Time: Tue, 21 Dec 2004 20:21:24 GMT. "

When I go back to setup Frontier, the settings were saved, but I get nothing
from the Web. I've verified the DNS and tested to see if Apache will respond
on this machine from port 80 using personal Web sharing.



Kent J. Crippen, Ph.D.
University of Nevada-Las Vegas
kcrippen at unlv.nevada.edu

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