how to config. network settings for having a static ip with a router
I have installed Fedora 2 in a PC for which I will use it as a server for the purpose of web site launching, so I need to have a static IP to let outsiders browse of it.
My ISP only provides DNSs (but I don't know whether it will be changed from time to time although I check it remains unchanged) with dynamic IP, I have a router which should be installed behind the ISP provided modem. In Fedora 2, I have set eth1 (a general LAN card) and activated with the followings :
IP : 192.168.1.xxx (where xxx is randomly chosen)
subnet mask : 255.255.255.0
default gateway : 192.168.1.1 (where it's the ip of the router)
It works for the connection to Internet, but I don't know how to set for an environment for the outsiders that they can just type a static URL for browsing my pages.
I know it should contain Apache and Tomcat for pages hosting, please recommend for any steps, thanks a lot !