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Added a NIC to ifolder server but I cannot see web services

I setup an iFolder server and can browse to the local IP and the loopback interface and the ifolder /Netstorage / Novell welcome screen is all fine.

I then added a new NIC and attached this to my DMZ network. I can ping the DMZ address, but if I try to browse from within the DMZ network I cannot get the web services up and running using the DMZ IP address.

I have telnetted to the server and it is listening on that address and port.

Is there something I have to do to let Apache / tomcat know that this new IP address is there? It is open to all addresses as I have added no restrictions and the firewall is off for now as well.

Could it just be a routing issue?
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Sorry Might just be a routing issue, as when I make the default gateway the router on the DMZ it all seems to work, but if I make the default gateway the internal gateway then there seems to be an issue. very strange. But seems to be working now.
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rob_collins;2183229 wrote:
I setup an iFolder server and can browse to the local IP and the loopback interface and the ifolder /Netstorage / Novell welcome screen is all fine.

I then added a new NIC and attached this to my DMZ network. I can ping the DMZ address, but if I try to browse from within the DMZ network I cannot get the web services up and running using the DMZ IP address.

I have telnetted to the server and it is listening on that address and port.

Is there something I have to do to let Apache / tomcat know that this new IP address is there? It is open to all addresses as I have added no restrictions and the firewall is off for now as well.

Could it just be a routing issue?


I think when you run simias-server-setup it asks for public and private URL of the iFolder server, you could try rerunning the setup and enter the correct public and private information.

Thomas
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rob_collins;2183233 wrote:
Sorry Might just be a routing issue, as when I make the default gateway the router on the DMZ it all seems to work, but if I make the default gateway the internal gateway then there seems to be an issue. very strange. But seems to be working now.


Okay ignore my previous post then, glad you got it working 🙂

Thomas
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Thanks Thomas, I have the webservices running now so yes I will probably have to do that to get the ifolder services working
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