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Nov
5
comment Auto login Windows Server 2012
That worked! :o)
Oct
29
comment Windows Server 2012 website PORT
ok good to know. Thanks for the help.
Oct
29
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.
Oct
29
comment Windows Server 2012 website PORT
No downvote needed @ppumkin. He replied to help. Thanks Joel!
Oct
29
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?
Oct
29
comment Windows Server 2012 website PORT
@ppumkin: Updated OP again with netgear port settings.
Oct
29
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.
Oct
29
comment Windows Server 2012 website PORT
@ppumkin; JourneymanGeek: Updated OP.
Oct
29
comment Windows Server 2012 website PORT
@ppumkin: Its a Netgear 6300 router [netgear.com/R6300]. Thanks for your suggestions.
Oct
29
comment Windows Server 2012 website PORT
@ppumkin: When i change the port to 7777. Change the port fowarding to 7777 for the server ip in my router and then visit the web site of my domain name my routers login box comes up.... It should go to the IIS 8 default website like it was doing on port 80.
Oct
29
comment Windows Server 2012 website PORT
@JourneymanGeek: Windows Server 2012 but it seems to have the same setup as Win Server 2008 R2 from what i can tell.
Oct
29
comment Windows Server 2012 website PORT
@ppumkin: I have added the port to my routers port forwarding table with the servers IP both 80 and 7777 port (but not at the same time).
Sep
14
comment Find all past desktop IP addresses
Thanks for helping, Keltari.
Sep
14
comment Find all past desktop IP addresses
Thanks for the info, Mario!
Jun
1
comment IP address in network different for LAN and Wireless
Well it works! Thanks very much laurent.
Jun
1
comment IP address in network different for LAN and Wireless
@laurent: Ok sounds good. thanks for doing that!
Jun
1
comment IP address in network different for LAN and Wireless
Yes i could do that but i want to auto assign IP's on wireless.
Jun
1
comment IP address in network different for LAN and Wireless
Check the updated OP please :o)
Jun
1
comment IP address in network different for LAN and Wireless
And yes, i currently have the router connected via WAN to the 8 port switch. I wanted the router to auto assign wireless IP's so i didn't have to manual set a computer to a static address.
Jun
1
comment IP address in network different for LAN and Wireless
But why would the router need a ip of 192.168.9.0 if the main PC is the 192.168.9.1 home?