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In SBS 2008 how do set up sharepoint access for external users using a username and pwd

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I have a web site (www.mysite.com), where I need to put a link for Internet users to access my sharepoint page using a username/pwd that I set up locally in my SBS 2008.
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I can connect internal but not from outside. my link looks like:
https://remote.abc123.com:987/Operations/Sales/default.aspx
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