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Running Apache or Uniform server behind DSL-G604T

Greetings all

Please note I have reviewed other related threads and this one comes very close to my problem.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Broadband/DSL_Cable/Q_21268052.html

The manual listed, in the thread, has no bearing on my modem, I assume it is firmware dependent. I have attempted everything already tried in above thread to no avail.

Details
successfully set up apache or uniform server on local host, can see the test pages etc. I am using DynDNs to assign a static address to my dynamic ip, sporaxis.ath.cx.

When I attempt to try url I get my modem login.

Question:
Can I setup port forwarding etc to bypass the web interface of my modem.
Can I change or disable the webport on my modem

A step by step would be ideal.

Specs
modem: DSL-G604T
Firmware: V1.00B05.AU
OS: XP SP2
ISP: iinet
DynDNs redirect
server lastest apache or latest uniform server.

thanks in advance

Sporaxis
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Technicon-SGCommented:
Here is a link to the manual
http://dlink.com.au/ArticleDocuments/227/DSL-G604T%20Manual%20v1.00.pdf

You should go to the "port forwarding" area and add

Rule Name: http
Private IP : The local ipaddress of the machine with Apache (ie...192.168.0.2)
Protocol: TCP
Port start: 80
Port end: 80
Port map: 80

most routers have a setting to disable remote management...however from the manual I do not see one on yours.

Also you will need to test this from outside of your local network...you will not be able to web to sporaxis.ath.cx from inside of you LAN.
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