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Static IP isn't accessible outside of the home network

I have Windows 2012 server with HTTP server enabled through the firewall. I mapped my static IP to my local IIS using the router's port forwarding. Everything worked fine for awhile. All of a ...
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1answer
458 views

Port forwarding, remote host, no-ip (static IP access) problems

Im trying to run my custom game server on my local machine. I used no-ip.com to create a static internet location for my game to connect to. I downloaded their DUC program that should access my data ...
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I need to SSH into VirtualBox Ubuntu, but I'm an idiot noob [closed]

I'm running a basic Ubuntu 12.10 server with LAMP and OpenSSH packages installed in VirtualBox. The reason I did this is because my school's server breaks connection when I need to FTP my projects ...
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0answers
803 views

Netgear Router Static IP

The Problem: I've recently acquired a new router; a Netgear WNDR4000. I promptly went to set up a static internal IP so I could port forward for the Minecraft Server I run on my computer. I've done ...
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2answers
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How to keep a static network local IP for all the connected machines, and still dynamically assign all the incoming ones?

I have read the manual and could find no word on this, so I'm asking here. I have a couple Macs on a wireless network, this router model: http://homesupport.cisco.com/en-us/wireless/lbc/WRT54GL Now, ...
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3answers
2k views

Port forwarding: If the IP is static, what happens to computers set up for dynamic IP adresses?

If I set up my router to hand out static IP adresses, as far as I know, I will have to configure my computer to use a specific IP adress. What will happen if someone don't configure their computer, ...
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2answers
884 views

Intranet, no Internet after switch to static IP on OS X

I have a Linksys WRT54GS and have two machines on my network connecting wirelessly. DHCP is enabled, and is granting IP addresses in the .100-120 range. The one machine is a laptop running Ubuntu ...
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4answers
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How do I forward ports on a Comcast SMC 8014 w/ a static IP? (Doesn't seem to work?)

I'm trying to set up port forwarding with my Comcast cable modem, an SMC 8014. Normally this is pretty straightforward (give a port range, tell it to forward to a LAN IP) but for some reason it ...