Setting Up Remote Debugging
Before debugging on a server, when using remote
PHP Script or PHP Web Page debugging, certain settings
need to be configured to ensure that Zend Studio
can communicate with your server.
The following instructions
explain how to set up remote debugging with the Zend Debugger. For information on remote debugging using SSH Tunneling, see Setting Up SSH Tunneling.
To set up communication between
and the server on which you are debugging:
the Zend Debugger is installed on your server.
the machine on which your Zend Studio
is installed is an allowed host for your debugger.
The method for configuring
this setting will depend on whether you have Zend Server,
or the standalone Zend Debugger installed on your system.
your Zend Studio to be an Allowed Host for more information.
configure your server according to the instructions under
Adding PHP Servers.
the correct settings are configured in your Debug
Preferences and Installed
Debuggers Preferences pages.
have a dummy.php file in your remote server's document
your server is situated behind a firewall or other security
device, see Setting
Up Zend Debugger Tunneling for information on how to
enable a communication tunnel.
If you don't know whether your server is situated behind a
firewall, contact your System Administrator.