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Old 25th June 2007, 19:40
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Default Port forwarding Dlink for webserver

Hi Guys,

I built a web server using Centos5. I gave it a static ip of I configured the apache to listen for port 8000 when hosting pages. When I do a test run, the apache test page load properly. My problem now begins with trying to put my page of the web. I have a Dlink DFL-200 router and I'm not sure how to map/forward the ports so my friends can view my page. Do, anyone have any recommendations.

Also If its useful should I configure the Server name to point to the static address I assigned the web server?


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Old 25th June 2007, 20:10
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