troubleshooting Question

Building a static IP inside the network

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RoutersNetworkingWindows Server 2003
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I have a Windows Server 2003 machine behind a Linksys router which hosts the source code for our company, and I use a DynIP address to make it always accesible, even if my ISP changes my IP address. But if machines are turned on or off in the network, the machine gets a different IP address, and the Port Forwarding fails. And this makes the source code no longer accessible.

Could someome please tell me how to make this a constant. I need to get the source code to be available 24/7.

Thanks,
newbieweb
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