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How do I make my host reachable?
I am running apache on my server computer. It has dsl and a static ip address. I bought the domain gappodcasts.com and I have it connected to the name server ns1.afraid.org. This does seem to be directing requests to my ip address but my ip address is still unreachable. I need help to figure out how to make other computers access my ip address. until about 11:30 on January 14th, the domain should return from another name server, not my computer. But after that it will start to try to return from my server again, which will fail. What more do I need to do to get this working?
From the world (your internet connection) to the computer, you can't have any firewalls that block port 80 and you can't have more than 1 address translation (with port 80 forwarded to the computer). So ...
If you have a router, forward port 80.
If your modem does address translation, forward port 80.
(If you have both, you'll have to remove the router, or emasculate it.)
Either turn off all firewalls, or make an exception for port 80 in all of them.
Go to http://www.whatsmyip.org/ports/ and use the custom port test to test port 80. (If your provider is blocking port 80 you'll have to do port redirection - see http://webdingers.endoftheinternet.org/articles.php?article_id=3 )
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