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Hi I am new to router programming. I have a test in house web server form my website. The server and website is running fine. I can access this website ...
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    Question Configuring router for inhouse website


    Hi

    I am new to router programming. I have a test in house web server form my website. The server and website is running fine. I can access this website on local network.
    I have Netgear router, which is connected to outside world. I have fixed router IP address from my ISP.
    I would like to program this router, any one from outside (world) local network can access my website.
    Please some one put me on the right track.
    What I need to do to this thing working.

    Many thanks
    Ish

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    You need to setup port forwarding in your router. Incoming traffic from the internet on port 80 (and 443 if using SSL) should be forwarded to your webserver.

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