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Windows 7: public static ip address

22 Apr 2015   #11

Home Premium 7 64x

if someone be able to look at it tonight over teamviewer with me that be really appericated. Im willing to pay a bit of $

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22 Apr 2015   #12

Windows 7 Pro 64 bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ebgames56 View Post
if someone be able to look at it tonight over teamviewer with me that be really appericated. Im willing to pay a bit of $
I highly doubt any member of this forum would be willing to do that. You should never allow remote control of your computer to anyone you do not know and trust. That goes double for a server.

Safely setting up a web server for public access is not a simple thing. There are many ways for the unwary to go wrong. Even experts sometimes run into trouble. If you lack such knowledge and experience you have 3 options:

1. Use a commercial hosting service.
2. Do some serious research. This is going to take time, probably a lot. You need a depth of knowledge that cannot be obtained by asking questions on a forum.
2. Engage the services of a professional who has the required knowledge and experience. It is true this can be expensive. But in the long term doing this yourself, even with the best of advice, may end up costing you a great deal more.

I know this isn't the answer you want but it is the best advice I have.
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22 Apr 2015   #13

Windows 7 Pro 32

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ebgames56 View Post
okay, do i have to do anything then with my windows server 2012?
Not sure if this is what you mean, but I hope it helps.
In the router:
  • Set up a static local/internal IP for the server, for example
  • If that should not work(depending on the router): change the DHCP interval to stop before that static IP. Example range: -
  • Set up a Port Forward for TCP traffic on port 80(default HTTP traffic) to the static IP of the server
On the server:
  • Open the firewall for incoming TCP traffic on port 80

If you need to you can configure the IIS for additional filtering of traffic, for example with the feature "IP address and domain restrictions".
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