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Jun
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comment How do I make my home IIS server accessible from the web?
This is off topic for SF.
Jun
8
comment How do I make my home IIS server accessible from the web?
One additional point. This may not work due to your ISP blocking ports. You're at home, on a residential connection.
Jun
8
comment How do I make my home IIS server accessible from the web?
Well in your question, you sure didn't let on to that fact. To allow traffic to IIS from the web, you'll need to set up a port forward. Keep in mind, though that after doing this, you'll still need to use the private IP internally, as it's highly unlikely that your router supports hairpin NAT.
Jun
8
answered How do I make my home IIS server accessible from the web?
Jun
6
comment What tool can I use for scripted text manipulation?
Not a plugin, but Augeas comes to mind.
May
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comment internet Explorer 8 manage addon pop disabling
This is off-topic here. It'll likely get migrated over to SU shortly, though.
Apr
25
comment Is there another default address than 192.168.1.1 for WRT54g routers?
You're going to lose all of those connections. If that's a big deal, then find another computer to use for configuration of the router. There's really no way you're going to get around this.
Apr
25
comment Is there another default address than 192.168.1.1 for WRT54g routers?
No, it won't require a crossover cable. Just plug your workstation into one of the LAN ports ont he 54g.
Apr
25
answered Is there another default address than 192.168.1.1 for WRT54g routers?
Mar
29
comment RAID 1 - What happens if I disconnect both disks?
You do know the pitfalls of using RAID 0, correct?
Mar
27
comment How can I configure my SOHO Windows 7 machine to host a Minecraft Server that requires people to join the VPN prior to connecting?
It was a reasonable assumption, no?
Mar
27
comment How can I configure my SOHO Windows 7 machine to host a Minecraft Server that requires people to join the VPN prior to connecting?
@Ryan - in that case, it would still be on-topic for Serverfault.
Mar
27
comment How can I configure my SOHO Windows 7 machine to host a Minecraft Server that requires people to join the VPN prior to connecting?
Fair enough. If you want to assume that all downvotes without context are trolling, fair enough. I'm just saying that not all of them are trolling.
Mar
27
comment How can I configure my SOHO Windows 7 machine to host a Minecraft Server that requires people to join the VPN prior to connecting?
As has been discussed in meta extensively, there's a reason the software doesn't require reasons to be submitted with down votes. If someone truly is trolling (or in other types of vote fraud), there are algorithms to pick that up and deal appropriately with the user.
Mar
27
comment How can I configure my SOHO Windows 7 machine to host a Minecraft Server that requires people to join the VPN prior to connecting?
Oh, and I'm not a troll, thankyouverymuch. As you can see, I have legit reasons for downvoting (even though a valid reason isn't required).
Mar
27
comment How can I configure my SOHO Windows 7 machine to host a Minecraft Server that requires people to join the VPN prior to connecting?
Sorry, your last paragraph was not clear that you were talking about the minecraft clients as opposed to your VPN clients. Downvote removed.
Mar
27
comment How can I configure my SOHO Windows 7 machine to host a Minecraft Server that requires people to join the VPN prior to connecting?
@Ryan - yes, that's correct. If the question is regarding anything in a non-professional capacity, it's off-topic, even if the OP is a professional in his/her day job.
Mar
27
comment How can I configure my SOHO Windows 7 machine to host a Minecraft Server that requires people to join the VPN prior to connecting?
How do you suppose "your clients" will be able to route packets to "the VPN address" (which would be an RFC1918 address)? They wouldn't. The only globally-routable address in this situation is the public internet IP that gets assigned to the router's WAN port by the OP's ISP.
Mar
22
answered WAMP: Apache refusing connections outside the network