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Windows XP SP1a
Comcast Cable connection (does fine for the small amt of traffic i get)
Comcast has given me a IP, lets just say xx.xx.xx.xx and I have that line plugged into the router. from the router i have a RJ45 running to the XP box which i will refer to as the server. the server has its ip 192.168.1.100
I have two domains forum adn personal site respectively
www.9thgenrolla.com and www.superfob.net currently both point to the IP provided by comcast so if you type in either it takes u to the 9thgenrolla.com
Directory of apache install is
C://Program Files/Apache Group/Apache2/htdocs
inside htdocs is where all my stuff that's available to public is.
I've been reading a lot of stuff on this and tried a few but I've failed miserably. I'm more of a programming person but dont have a lot of knowledge about servers of networking. I hope some one can help me set it up so that I may get both up and running. It would be greatly appreciated.
go to >application & gaming and enable port range forwarding.
application >apache start > 80 end > 80 IP Address (the local IP address) check enable. save.
Actually if you can get to "Applications & Gaming" on your router admin it should tell you pretty much how to do it, I just gave you what works for me, your admin may be a bit different.