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Re: network route



On Thu, 2006-10-05 at 16:45 +0930, Tim wrote:

> 
> Although you've said that you have a static IP, that doesn't mean that
> you have to hard-configure your system with static details.  You can use
> DHCP to auto-configure your system with the details they provide, each
> time, even if they're (nearly) always the same.

You're right, I give! I found it would port forward port 80 so I can
serve the web pages and get back to a life. It has a NAT feature to do
that. If someone would, would you try to hit my webserver to let me know
if this works? If www.wayward4now.net doesn't hit then try
iam.wayward4now.net and see if the pages make it. I don't see where to
set an alias on the modem. Port 80 ought to make the trip though. 

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