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telijah
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join:2013-04-22
Brandon, FL
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·Bright House

Sites on port 80 not loading, getting 504

So, I upgraded windows, and simply reinstalled IIS. I cannot get anything to load under the standard port 80. I have another web service (subsonic) running on port 8081, and nothing on my router changed during the upgrade. I thought maybe something got lost in folder permissions since my sites I host are on a different physical drive than where Windows is, but I even tried pointing a sites physical path to the default inetpub/wwwroot folder and still getting 504. Anyone know where I can start looking?

DLow

join:2013-11-16
USA
Look at PHP or HTTPD Config


telijah
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join:2013-04-22
Brandon, FL
There is no php on the sites, and as far as I can tell, no httpd or htaccess files I can find that would limit this. The only change was upgrading to Windows 8.1 and therefore updating IIS.

DLow

join:2013-11-16
USA
Have you checked the services running?


telijah
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join:2013-04-22
Brandon, FL
When using the UI, it shows it is started, and it restarts successfully using 'iisreset /restart', but I do not know what the service name is in task manager to know if it is in fact running.

LittleBill

join:2013-05-24
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do a netstat -a


telijah
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join:2013-04-22
Brandon, FL
It's a huge list, are you looking for something specific? I do see TCP 0.0.0.0:80 As a Listening state, but not the actual PC's address listening on the same port.


telijah
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Brandon, FL
reply to LittleBill
I also see:
TCP [::]:80 telijah-htpc:0 LISTENING

LittleBill

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try netstat -a -b

see if you can find the iis service listening on 80..

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reply to telijah
said by telijah:

I also see:
TCP [::]:80 telijah-htpc:0 LISTENING

So, are you running a home theater app.that also has a web component?

Also, I found that the 504 error message appears to indicate that the web server you were trying to contact needed to connect to another server for the requested content but couldn't reach it.
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telijah
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said by aguen:

So, are you running a home theater app.that also has a web component?

Not really. IIS is running just to host a couple pages on port 80. I do have SubSonic running on port 8081, and that works fine going to the same domain.com:8081.


telijah
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Brandon, FL
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·Bright House
reply to LittleBill
said by LittleBill:

try netstat -a -b

see if you can find the iis service listening on 80..

When running this in a regular command prompt, when it completes its run, the list is too long and I cannot scroll back to the top to see the full list. What is the command add-in to go page by page...?


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said by telijah:

said by LittleBill:

try netstat -a -b

see if you can find the iis service listening on 80..

When running this in a regular command prompt, when it completes its run, the list is too long and I cannot scroll back to the top to see the full list. What is the command add-in to go page by page...?

After you have entered the command at the command prompt, add
the following on to the end

> output.txt and press enter.

That will create a file named output.txt in the folder where you executed
the command. You can name the .txt file anything you like.

Also to add something that may be useful. You can use >> if you want to append the output to the file.

[EDIT] Also there are GUI version(s) of Netstat. For example for Windows, Currports.

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telijah
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Brandon, FL
Currports just shows System is listening to port 80.


telijah
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join:2013-04-22
Brandon, FL
Reviews:
·Bright House
Son of a... I had NO idea Windows Firewall was on. Disabled and we're all good... god damn it! There is not a facepalm.jpg big enough for this one. I ONLY discovered this as I was starting to go through component services in the control panel and the damn thing popped up to tell me it blocked something... Ugh, I am so agitated at myself. Thanks everyone for the help.