ISP blocks port 80 need to host iss

I have an isp that blocks port 80
i have a linksys router befw11s4

i am running iis on an internal server.

Using prot range forwarding i normaly can open port 80 to  a specific ip. but my provider blocks port 80.

the linksys has port triggering. it has application name trigger ports and incoming ports.

need help on the setup
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Anything you publish publicly should include the port number in the URL.  (ex:

You dont need port triggering, just port forwarding.  Forward 8111 (or whatever port you want to use) to port 80 on your server.

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OR get a static IP if you want to use port 80
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