I hope I am in the right list for this kind of question. If not, I apologize...
Got a strange behaviour with Apache 1.3.26 on Debian potato 2.2 rev7. The mod_autoindex generates correctly it's directory listing when the client is with the LAN. From outside, I get a "file does not exist" error inside the apache error.log.
I wonder if the problem lies in the firewall (is mod_autoindex using anything else then port 80 ???) or more logically inside mod_autoindex config or httpd.conf ? A kind of "protection" for directory listing from outside the LAN ?
Any anwer sincerely welcome !
Caracal - GH