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I'm developing in PHP and I use WAMP.

How can I set my stuff up in order to be able to see my PHP just by typing my computer's IP into the address bar of a browser?

I'm running Windows Vista with the latest WAMP and I use a D-Link router.


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If you have the service running it should be able to recognize the request. You will probably have to open a hole in your firewall for it to be able to communicate though. Port 80 is for http traffic.


IF your WAMP stack is setup correctly AND your php-based code is installed in the right place, you should be able to see it in operation by pointing your browser to its own host machine eg: or http://localhost


First thing, you need to have a static IP
If you do, click on the WAMP icon in your taskbar and select "Put Online"

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