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Hi Experts!

I've recently developed a web service that works excelent on a local intranet.  However, useing server 2000, how do I make it so I can access this service anywhere I have an internet connection?  I know the IP address of the server as it resides on the net, ie the one used for remote connection.  But, I can't seem to set the correct setting to make it so I can see the web service useing the ip address and location of the web service.  Please let me know what I need to do, and thank you in advance.
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I've gone through all that, but I still can't access it through the net for some reason.  Is there something else I need to setup on the server?  And how do I access it?  Would it be like this.....  123.456.7.180/webservice1/webservice1.asmx  Or am I missing something?
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you might have read this line..

>>Now, you can publish your service to a public directory using UDDI so that others can find and consume your Web services

in the conclusion part of the above article.. (Available on Page 2 of the article).

After u publish ur web service..

try this..

http://domainnameyougaveinfornamespace/directorywhereyoupublished/servicefilename.asmx



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I'm starting to think it has something to do with setting up the server for it, because I've tried all of this.  I'll award you the points and repost in operating systems.  Thank you.
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