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I want to make my website on my home computer can be accessed all over the world from any computer
 
at first i make my home computer to have fixed local ip and fixed public ip to be sure that they will not change any time
 
second i put my website on the IIS and make it can be accessed in my local network like this http://192.168.1.220:8000/index.html and it works fine
 
for information: i put it in port 8000 as i show in the link of my website
 
Now i want to make it accessed over internet
 
i searched on internet alot someone tell me to setup http server and someone else told me to setup a program i do not remember its name it was about DNS
 
now i want to make it without additional programs
 
someone told me that i can do it using port mapping, is to map port 80 in the router to port 8000 and the fixed local IP of my home computer
 
so now in can be accessed over network when a request come to the router with the public ip of the router (of my network too) it will reach at port 80 so the router map it to port 8000 and ip 192.168.1.220 so open my website
 

is this possible ? and it will not affect the internet services?
Posted 16-Jan-12 23:49pm

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