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apache and IP oddities

apache and IP oddities

apache and IP oddities

I installed Apache 2.4 in order to publish a java (Struts2) application using Tomcat 8 as AS.
For a while it worked out well then something happened "strange" (to put it mildly).
By typing "http://localhost/appName" all continues to work out wonderfully. Typing "http://publicIP/AppName " it opens pop up asking for a password to access the network printer!
The PC address on which they reside, Servers and Application, is, the one of the printer is just, exactly the previous by the point of view of the router (working in DHCP mode).
But (I may be *** but not to this extent) to the PC I manually set 104 as the fixed IP (which is still set - and anyway, when I check the Client List on the monitor of the router, I find right 104 as IP assigned to the PC). No one has changed the settings to httpd.conf (ServerName is always 104), let alone the various mod_jk.conf or workers.properties or server.xml of Tomcat (so much so that, as I said, typing in the browser the local address all still works)!
...what could possibly have happened?
Thanx i.a.!

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