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I'm using windows 2003 server to host my webpage but when I or anyone outside my intranet enters my web address or IP address the get to my router admin page what do I need to do so users see my webpage?
My server has a static IP as does my website.
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Set up port forwarding on your router for the port you are hosting on to go to the web server IP.
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what menu ... firewall?
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depends on your router, usually either in Firewall or NAT pages
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Thanks guys :)
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