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    Well,i can't access the domain, from work so something isn 't right. Is there an web tutorial the webmin website?

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    To begin with the apache config file should be found somewhere around /etc/apache or apache2 it will tell you there where the root directory is etc. it's easy to hack and there is plenty of help on the web.

    As for your routing...

    you need to set up what is sometimes called port forwaring or inbound NAT (Network Address Translation). Basically what happens is that the router will forward any trafic for port 80 onto port 80 of your webserver.

    Therefore the external post is 80, the interal or LAN IP address is the one of your server (eg 192.168.1.2) and the internal port will be 80.

    Be sure that your webserver always has the same IP address - set the router to always give it the same IP address.

    All should then work.
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