At First, works great. Unfortunatly, i accessed from my work (in different computers) but not from home. I begin to investigate and found that dissable the firewall of my wireless modem Motorola SBG900 the acces in my home to the web page open.
Turn on the firewall again and open the port 8018 by portforwarding (in use bythe RBPS) in my modem and the problem was resolve.
That’s weird because I supposed that the open port must be in a computer who act like a server, not in the receipt machine to work with RBPS. The client should share information like any web page.
Unfortunatly again, with my site open to the community of my university, people told me that can not acces to my site, and is the same problem. Their firewall should open in port 8018 to works.
This is not good, because not all the clients who enter to my page have privileges or knowledge to open ports.
Do you know why this could be happen?. This is something that runbasicnet should modify? or is inherent to RBPS?
Post by Jerry Muelver on Jun 24, 2008 3:15:33 GMT -5
Ricardo, I think your problem might be solved with separate hosting as a domain, rather than as a subdirectory in a common domain. As a separate domain, you could run the RB server on port 80, which is the standard HTTP access port. Then all calls to your domain (ricsoft74.com) would be handled directly by your RB server. That is more expensive (for me) than the way we started out to do things, but our initial experiments here with runbasicnet.com indicate that separate domains is the way to go. Let me rework the Business Plan and see if I can get financing for a new setup.