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shag69
04-13-2002, 04:45 PM
sorry that my explaining what i am after is difficult to understand. I am trying to set up a webserver useing my OSX Server and a linksys router. I have several other computers on the router which is running dhcp.. that all works so far.... I am just having trouble with what is meant by http://ip address of router/index.html....
the ip address of the router is what ...? my static ip address??? (since i'v been told that the router has an ip address and i do not assign it one. )

and the router utility i refer to is the linksys-web-browser utility. In there i can set forwarding... so what am i forwarding, what address goes in there..
I have the OSX Server Built-in-Ethernet set to 192.168.1.110 and port 80 being forwarded to 192.168.1.110 ip address( from the linksys forwarding tab)... is this correct...
..how do the people typeing in the www.name.com get to my box... my netsolution-manage domain server is set correctly as when i do not have the linksys hooked up it resolves and i can get the index.html by typing in the static ip address.

Craig R. Arko
04-13-2002, 04:53 PM
What IP address does www.name.com resolve to? The LinkSys box or something else?

brodie
04-13-2002, 05:45 PM
shag69, you have five posts asking the same thing, why? could you stick to one thread so at least we could quote and reflect on what has been said.

i dont understand what you are trying to do, you appear to be trying to run a webserver, so you need to know your true IP assigned by your ISP. for this click here (http://192.168.1.1/Status.htm) under the WAN section it tells you your true IP address.
this is what you and others type into your browser after http://................... in order to have a CNAME? ( i think thats what its called, correct me if im wrong, which i probably am- i just can't think at the moment:o ) ie www.yourdomain.com you'll have to map one- we'll do that later.

now click here (http://192.168.1.1/Forward.htm) and forward the ports 80~80 to the IP showing in your network prefs.

this will map the port 80 to your computer, which can then run as a webserver, by enabling Websharing in Sharing prefs.

any problems, please ask one question at a time.
I have answered all this in another of your threads, why you chose not to follow those simple instructions is beyond me :rolleyes:
good luck ;)

Craig R. Arko
04-13-2002, 11:54 PM
Anything (and I mean anything :mad: ) else related to this subject should be placed in this thread.

OK? This means you shag69.

shag69
04-17-2002, 08:17 PM
I am sorry that i started so maney other threads, didn't know that i should be placeing them inside of this one.... Now i know..

Also i am trying to run a web server as i posted in my earlier thread.

I will write another thread later to descibe where i am at so far.
Shag

brodie
04-18-2002, 04:45 PM
I will write another thread later
:rolleyes:

shag69
04-22-2002, 12:10 PM
www.name.com is the 24.68.100.254 which is my isp.... www.zip-tech.net is my Domain Name which i purchase from easyhosting.com.... I have the Manage domain name server (easyhosting) set to terminator.zip-tech.net which is told resides on static ip 24.68.100.254.
Now on my forwardinging tab in the linksys router utility is set to forwar port 80 to 192.168.1.101 this is the ip of the Built in Ethernet card....and the computer name is terminator.zip-teck.net (in sharing) as well the ip address in sharing is 192.168.1.101
I have more details in another thread i started called. "Wan Settings are they correct"
Still do not know why it will not work for me.
Shag

venkat200
09-14-2009, 05:50 AM
Hai shag69,In the site Domain name IP's (http://www.ip-details.com/internet-speed-test/) you can check the IP-address details of the website..

HaydenHarnet
07-31-2010, 06:00 AM
setup a DNS server , it will solve the problem

HaydenHarnet
08-08-2010, 01:23 PM
this has solved the problem for many



i dont understand what you are trying to do, you appear to be trying to run a webserver, so you need to know your true IP assigned by your ISP. for this click here (http://192.168.1.1/Status.htm) under the WAN section it tells you your true IP address.
this is what you and others type into your browser after http://................... in order to have a CNAME? ( i think thats what its called, correct me if im wrong, which i probably am- i just can't think at the moment:o ) ie www.yourdomain.com you'll have to map one- we'll do that later.
Wireless routers home (http://www.wireless-reviews.com/)
now click here (http://192.168.1.1/Forward.htm) and forward the ports 80~80 to the IP showing in your network prefs.

this will map the port 80 to your computer, which can then run as a webserver, by enabling Websharing in Sharing prefs.

any problems, please ask one question at a time.
I have answered all this in another of your threads, why you chose not to follow those simple instructions is beyond me :rolleyes:
good luck ;)