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Posted 11 Jan 2013Dear all,
I solved the problem in the following thread:
The problem was in my Apache configuration, I didn't bind the WIFI IP address....
Posted 11 Jan 2013hmmm..your statement reminds me that I forgot to bind the interface IP address in Apache. I use "Listen" directive, and it solves the problem...
thanks for the pointer....
Posted 11 Jan 2013The webserver can only be accessed from my local computer (my laptop). Unfortunately I don't have any other mobile device available.
What is the best way to configure and troubleshoot this?
Posted 21 Dec 2012Dear all,
i have a problem connecting an Apache server to an Android Galaxy note 10.1 where the server resides in a windows 7 laptop. So this is a two hardware, tethering network configuration. The first choice was enabling a ad-hoc connection from the laptop and let the mobile device discovers it, however it can't.
The second choice is using tethering network from the mobile device and acting it as a hotspot. The laptop can recognize the mobile device, but the mobile device doesn't recognize the webserver.
My question is, what is the best way to accomplish this? How can I make either scenario work?
Posted 21 Dec 2012Hi Atli,
thanks for the reply...
My problem is I don't know how to make Apache communicating with the mobile device. Right know I have 2 hardware network without a router and they are connecting via wifi.
I was thinking about connecting the two using laptop windows 7 adhoc connection, but the mobile device cannot recognize it for some reason.
If I'm using the mobile device as a hotspot, the mobile device cannot see the apache server.
I'm going to ask the mobile forum, I think this is the wrong sub forum?
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