First off I'd like to thank everyone involved for making CentOS available. What an awesome OS. Recently I installed CentOS 7 on a PC and had Apache running on it. I had an address of 192.168.11.10 on it and I was able to see it on my LAN. I decided that the OS install didn't accomplish everything I hoped to so I installed a few more times until I got it right where I wanted it. Installed LAMP and gave it an IP address of 192.168.1.10 changing the third octet. After I moved it to the new address I left it alone. Trying to connect to the server using Opera the browser redirects to the old IP address and then times out. Using my phone's browser I try to connect to the WAN IP address and after timing out I see that phone tried to connect to 192.168.11.10 which is the old address. I doubt that there is something on the server doing the redirecting as I reinstalled CentOS a few times since I had the old IP address on it. I checked every possible configuration on my Verizon FIOS router and port forwarding is sending all port 80 traffic to 192.168.1.10.
Using Juice SSH on my phone I was able to telnet to port 80 on my WAN IP address.
Anyone have any suggestions on other things I could look at?
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