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That worked! :o)
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comment Windows Server 2012 website PORT
ok good to know. Thanks for the help.
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comment Windows Server 2012 website PORT
Yes, the Use the same port range for Internal port does need to be unchecked for the user to put their own port number in the box.
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comment Windows Server 2012 website PORT
No downvote needed @ppumkin. He replied to help. Thanks Joel!
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comment Windows Server 2012 website PORT
AH! Now i get that. Thanks ppumkin. Do i do the same things if i have another website hosted on the same server? As in aaa.com->80->7777 and bbb.com->81->7000. I guess i would have to change 80 in no-ip to 81 for that domain name, right?
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comment Windows Server 2012 website PORT
@ppumkin: Updated OP again with netgear port settings.
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comment Windows Server 2012 website PORT
@ppumkin: How would i port 80 to 7777 in my router? That's not possible? It only has a range from xx-xx for port.
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@ppumkin; JourneymanGeek: Updated OP.
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comment Windows Server 2012 website PORT
@ppumkin: Its a Netgear 6300 router [netgear.com/R6300]. Thanks for your suggestions.