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I am trying to connect my WAMP Server remotely over internet. I have a ADSL router (I also have a static IP provided by ISP) WAMP Server (Running on a local IP and port 8080)

I can connect this server with the Ip Address -> 192.168.150:8080 from the another computer in the same network.

Please kindly help me to configure my server to access remotely through internet as IP Address -> mystaticIPbyISP

I am using a DSL Router Model DNA-A211-I And I made the NAT->Virtual Server forwarded to 192.168.150

Server Name External Port Start External Port End   Protocol    Internal Port Start Internal Port End   Server IP Address   Remove
Web Server (HTTP)        8080           8080             TCP        8080         8080    

My prot 8080 also not block I have check it from

Whenever I put my staticIPAddress given by my ISP in the browser it always open the Router Setting page.

I also tried by forwarding the external port 80 to internal port 8080 also.

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You put your static IP address in the browser and it gives you the router settings page? That's a whole other insecurity in itself, but are you inputting your static IP followed by :8080? If your router is properly configured to forward port 8080 to, it should be loading that page that Apache is serving. – parashep Aug 16 '13 at 17:00
yes i try puting the :8080, i got a message as unable to access the network. – newcomer Aug 17 '13 at 1:58

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