Christian Posted September 3, 2007 Report Share Posted September 3, 2007 I have looked through the forums for this question, but have only found bits and pieces, never a straight-forward answer to my issue. My background with servers is extremely limited. I don't work with server, I only do web administration. Apache is a very complex, foreign tool for me. However, with my new job, I need a personal, home server in order to show my clients my web projects that I'm working on. This will be VERY light traffic to the server. That being said... I just installed Uniform Server on my PC, running Windowx XP. My computer is connected to the internet through a wireless connection to my router (a Linksys WRT54G Wireless - G Broadband Router), which is connected to my cable modem. I can access 127.0.0.1/localhost fine on my local PC. What I cannot do is access the server from another computer. I've read something about port forwarding, but I really am not sure where to even start with this. I didn't see any port forwarding features in my Wireless Modem administrative panel. Has anyone successfully been able to access the Uniform Server from a wireless connection? If so, what steps did you take? Is there easy-to-read/understand documentation on this? I am also registered with DynDNS.com, but again, I'm not too sure where to start. Thanks for any and all help you guys can provide! Christian Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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