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03 Feb 2010  
zzz2496

Windows7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

In your router, you need to make a "Port Forwarding" rule that states "Forward everything on port whatever_your_Webserver_listen_port_is to your computer", example: "Forward everything on port 80 to 10.0.0.1" (click the menu, you'll know what I mean). Once that done, you need to setup Windows Firewall (or whatever 3rd party firewall you use) to allow traffic to pass on port 80 (or whatever your Webserver is listening to). Once that done, you can access your computer using your dyndns name FROM ANOTHER network. You can't test it from your own computer.

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