On 4/6/07, Derek Ragona <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
You don't say if your DHCP IP is a private LAN IP or a public IP.
Oops...my mistake. It is a private LAN IP, and not a public IP. And
since the box is a laptop, I cannot really have a static IP assigned
to it (though I am allowed to), as I keep on moving between offices
with different network configurations.
If the IP is public and you don't require direct access to this IP from the
internet, put a router in place between your modem and the server and give
your server a static private IP.
If you do need a public IP on your server, ask your provider for a static IP
instead of a DHCP one.
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