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HMTL Pages access from Apache Web Server

 
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Hi,

I am using Apache Web Server to host a set of HTML files I have so that people across the network have access to them. Since I am dealing with HTML files alone, I put them all in the HTDOCS directory in the server root.

But while I am successfully able to view the pages from my own system, when I try to access the same page from another system on the network, using the server name specified in the config file, I get the message "This IP address cannot be used for browsing."

Any workarounds to this issue?

Please help.

Thanks,
Rahul
 
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Moving to the fourum where they talk about Apache...

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