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    yes, localhost works. i use dsl though

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    Then try this...open httpd.conf file and edit the line that states..

    Listen 80

    change it to

    Listen 8081

    Save the file and then restart the apache server.

    Then go to http://yourdomain.no-ip.info:8081
    IF that works then your ISP is blocking port 80 and it's against the rules of you running a web server on your computer.

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    after i changed to listen 8081 and listen 127.0.0.1:8081 ( my own ip wont work) the link just didnt show on either 127.0.0.1 or manatori.no-ip.info:8081 or manatori.no-ip.info

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    after i changed to listen 8081 and listen 127.0.0.1:8081 ( my own ip wont work) the link just didnt show on either 127.0.0.1 or manatori.no-ip.info:8081 or manatori.no-ip.info


    The listen directive should go something like this..

    Listen your.public.ip.address (the ip address you get from your ISP)
    Listen 8081
    Listen manatori.no-ip.info:8081


    Save and restart apache. That's it, nothing else should be in that listen directive.

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