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Old 05-23-2010, 03:55 AM   #1
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Hosting apache on a linux machine connected to a Dlink router


I recently got a static IP from my ISP. I Have two machines connected to my DLink wireless router. A windows laptop and linux machine runninf centos 5.3. I would like to host an application apache/tomcat based on my linux machine and would like people to access it from the outside.

What configurations do I need to make on the Dlink wireless router and my linux box to make it work.
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On the router forward the needed ports to the server, and on the server, make sure apache/tomcat are installed and running.


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