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    Is dyndns possible for a webserver behind a router and when the webserver
    has a nonpublic ip address?

    Wolfgang




  2. Re: dyndns

    On Sun, 24 Jul 2005 15:45:20 +0200, Wolfgang Maron wrote:

    > Is dyndns possible for a webserver behind a router and when the webserver
    > has a nonpublic ip address?
    >
    > Wolfgang


    You provide dyndns with the router's Public IP Address then port forward
    port 80 to the server's private IP Address.

  3. Re: dyndns


    "BobC" wrote in message
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    > On Sun, 24 Jul 2005 15:45:20 +0200, Wolfgang Maron wrote:
    >
    >> Is dyndns possible for a webserver behind a router and when the webserver
    >> has a nonpublic ip address?
    >>
    >> Wolfgang

    >
    > You provide dyndns with the router's Public IP Address then port forward
    > port 80 to the server's private IP Address.



    might try no-ip too (see www.no-ip.com ), easier to use and no errors if too
    many updates of IP
    (uses a tool called IP-DUC to communicate your IP, just like DynDns has its
    own tool)



  4. Re: dyndns

    "Peterken" wrote in message
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    > "BobC" wrote in message
    > news:giqqayutevny$.115c451rctful.dlg@40tude.net...
    >> On Sun, 24 Jul 2005 15:45:20 +0200, Wolfgang Maron wrote:
    >>
    >>> Is dyndns possible for a webserver behind a router and when the
    >>> webserver
    >>> has a nonpublic ip address?
    >>>
    >>> Wolfgang

    >>
    >> You provide dyndns with the router's Public IP Address then port forward
    >> port 80 to the server's private IP Address.

    >
    >
    > might try no-ip too (see www.no-ip.com ), easier to use and no errors if
    > too many updates of IP
    > (uses a tool called IP-DUC to communicate your IP, just like DynDns has
    > its own tool)


    Some routers also support dynamic DNS natively, so no IP updating tool is
    necessary.

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