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    apache + lan + dialup

    Ok, heres the deal. I have apache 1.3x setup on my linux box (192.168.0.2) while I dialup using my dads windoze box (192.168.0.1).. I can open up Mozilla on windoze and look at 192.168.0.2 just fine, but how would I allow someone (on the net) to enter my IP (changing whenever I dialup) to access the site that is hosted on my lan??

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    Re:apache + lan + dialup

    You'd have to have port forwarding setup on the machine connected to the 'net. Any request for port 80 should be re-directed to your 192.168.0.2 address.

    You may want a dyndns (or other similar) account so that people don't have to enter your (changing) IP - they can just enter your hostname and connect.

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