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[monit] Re: Help trying to access monit httpd from remote computer

From: Jake Conk
Subject: [monit] Re: Help trying to access monit httpd from remote computer
Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2007 02:07:29 -0800

On Dec 11, 2007 12:12 AM, Jake Conk <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hello,
> I am trying to setup monit so that I can access it remotely from my
> computer because I don't have a gui or a decent browser installed on
> my server to use the monit interface so anyways this is what I have in
> my config:
> /etc/monitrc:
> ...
> set httpd port 2812
>         allow monit:secret
> ...
> I then used lsof to make sure it was running which it is:
> $> sudo lsof -i | grep monit
> monit     6173   root    5u  IPv4 685820       TCP *:atmtcp (LISTEN)
> It is actually running but when I try accessing it from my client
> computer ( it doesn't load anything, I just
> get an error message saying couldn't connect. On the server I have w3m
> (a text based browser) and it does load the monit web interface
> (hardly legible) but this is not what I want, I want to be able to
> access it from my computer.
> So do I have to do anything else to allow monit to be accessible from
> any of my client computers? If I added "and use address
>" (which is the local ip address of the server) and check
> with lsof then it doesn't show anything running on port 2182 which I
> find a little fishy but I don't know what else to check.
> Any suggestions are appreciated.
> Thanks,
> - Jake

Thanks guys I got it! I had a dumb typo with the IP address so
obviously thats why it wasn't working but its working now. I feel so
dumb for writting this email now :(

Thanks for the support anyways guys :)

- Jake

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