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Old 5th April 2007, 23:28
U2XS U2XS is offline
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Default Setting up a server through a router

I am setting up a server with Ubuntu 6.10 Server edition (following this tutorial) but I have a router. I am not sure if this will pose a problem, but rather than bash my head, I thought I would ask here instead.

Does anyone know if this is a problem and if so, what is the solution? Thanks
I use Ubuntu 6.10 Edgy EFT (Server Edition) with a Gnome GUI
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Old 6th April 2007, 02:00
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I do the same thing. Just login to your router and "port forward" the ports that you need to the IP address of your server.

I forward the following ports:

22 SSH
80 Apache
110 Pop3
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