[Moin-user] port number prob?

Roger Haase crosseyedpenguin at yahoo.com
Wed Jun 1 10:32:48 EDT 2016


I am not familiar with Google Cloud, but it would be surprising for a service like that to give you your own IP address. With the service I use, Webfaction, you get an IP address and a unique port number. To make the server work it must listen to the right address and port.
m run --host 104.155.16.89 --port 55555
where 55555 is the port assigned to you by google. 

    On Wednesday, June 1, 2016 3:47 AM, Paul Boddie <paul at boddie.org.uk> wrote:
 

 On Wednesday 1. June 2016 11.05.59 Renato Pontefice wrote:
> Hi Paul,
> yes, your idea seem to be correct.
> I've just ask to google cloud help, how can I add a firewall rule to route
> (but is not a routing) the call fot the external addr (104.155.16.89) to
> 127.0.0.1, so the server can answer.

I can't help you there because I don't use the Google cloud. But 104.155.16.89 
and 127.0.0.1 are likely to be addresses exposed by different interfaces. You 
really need to serve Moin on 104.155.16.89 because it is accessible by the 
external interface.

Maybe you could route traffic between the interfaces, but that isn't how most 
people would solve this. Indeed, it's possible that the internal loopback 
interface (responsible for 127.0.0.1) isn't even participating in the general 
routing rules. (At least that's what I see when I run "/sbin/route -n".)

> The answer was on my attempt to connect from inside the VM (by lynx) to
> addr 127.0.0.1. This already said that the server work and answer...
> 
> Remains the fact that I've not understand how to change the port where the
> server werkzung listen

Didn't the --host option work?

Paul

P.S. I don't even use Moin 2, so I just have the documentation to work with, 
and I honestly can't really justify the time to dig into that documentation or 
the code any deeper.

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