Accessing Static IP number from behind a netgear router

I have a netgear router as my internet access points for 15 workstations.  it is set it up with a static ip number of 64.xx.xx.2 for the internet and set it as a DHCP server.  I also have a windows 2003 server that i want to use as web server for presenting basic information to our clients. it has a static ip number of 64.xx.xx.5. the server has 2 nic cards the other ip address is 192.168.1.160. I am unable to access 64.xx.xx.5 from the internet. and i am also unable to ping it.  what do i need to do to make this work??
leslie leeAsked:
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
You need to setup PAT (port address translation) for port 80/443 to your webserver. If you are publishing web pages to the internet.

Will.
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matrix8086Commented:
Where is plugged the server external NIC 64.x.x.5? In a switch, where Internet connection form ISP is entering, or in the netgear? Which netgear model do you have?
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leslie leeAuthor Commented:
netgear c3700 the isp router is plugged into the netgear router, then the netgear router is plugged into my 24 port network switch and my nic 64.x.x.5 is plugged into the switch
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leslie leeAuthor Commented:
Sorry the router is a WNDR3400v3
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matrix8086Commented:
Is not working like that! You should do port translation from netgear to web server and the web server will be accesible at 64.x.x.2. You can not alloc an IP public address in that way to another host than netgear
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leslie leeAuthor Commented:
Thank you. i did not realize i had to point the webpage to the router.
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leslie leeAuthor Commented:
this answer was fast, easy to understand and accurate
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Not sure why you didn't accept my first post as i already stated doing Port Address Translation?

Will.
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leslie leeAuthor Commented:
i tried it and it didnt work.  i did not realize that i had to point the web link to 64.x.x.2. i still had it pointing to 64.x.x.5 and was still getting page not found
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