Well, there are two more things to do.
1. If you have a router you will have to forward the ports for the webserver (80, etc) to the correct internal ip. - depending on your security needs consider putting your webserver into the fm 2. There are multiple services out there that offer dynamic dns (dyndns.com , etc) these might even be an option from within your router and would allow you to get a "public" domain name even if you don't have a static ip.

Let me know if you need more info.
eli aschkenasy

On Jun 30, 2010, at 6:55 AM, Chaitanya Yanamadala <dr.virus.in...@gmail.com > wrote:

u can do one more thing, u need to get a public ip or a static ip from ur ISP, this will make sure that u have a constant ip on ur machine so that it
can be accessed from anywhere..


On Wed, Jun 30, 2010 at 2:10 AM, Warren Vail <war...@vailtech.net> wrote:

The IP you cited Is the IP provided by your router or modem, and not one others from "out side" can use to access your server. Now on the other
of that, if you go to the machine that has the WAMP installed and open a browser and point it to "http://what.is.my.ip.com"; you may see the "public IP" for that machine, which can be used for linking to your server, but is not guaranteed to stay with that machine depending on powering up and down
of your systems, and your ISP's procedures for assigning IP's.

Hope this helps,

Warren Vail
Vail Systems Technology

-----Original Message-----
From: nagendra prasad [mailto:nagendra802...@gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, June 29, 2010 1:12 PM
To: phpexpe...@yahoogroups.com; PHP DB; php mysql;
Subject: [PHP-WIN] Re: Need Help in setting up a server

Hi all,

Thanks everyone. I just tried all of your suggestions and found that WAMP server is working by using the running WAMP server's system IP. I just
typed in the address bar and its working now. So, I came to a
conclusion that if I have a static IP then I can access it from out side as well right. Correct me if I am wrong ?? So, if I am right is it possible to
run a server from home ??


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