I wonder if anybody can help.
I have a small network with 3 pc's running fine connected to a router - the router uses NAT hence all pc's all functioning and browsing the internet fine.
I now have to add another PC to the same network that will run some server software behind the router hence i need to map ports from the router to the PC (its ip is 192.168.0.20).
The ports are pretty abnormal ports so thats fine - i know i should be able to map the ports without issues but the server software also runs some mini webserver which obviously operates on port 80.
But if i map port 80 to the webserver software from the router this will mean my other standard pc's that wish to browse the network will stop functioning won't they?????
or should i be ok...??
I think i am able to map the webserver to port 81 for example but its a bit non standard so i wanted to run the webserver on a standard port 80 system..
any advice would be really appreciated
thanks in advance