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if this cant be posted please delete.

i didnt know verizon blocked port 80 untill i got all my server stuff and got it put together.

not im having tons of trouble forwarding port 80.

is there anyone in this forum running a home server on fios?
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I have limited experience with WHS, but can't you either a.) change the default HTTP listening port to something other than 80, or b.) use HTTPS on 443?
    
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this is my best guess.

it says its active but its still closed

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Use a No-IP port 80 redirect.

http://www.no-ip.com/support/guides/web_servers/isp_block_port_80.html

Problem solved, it also means you won't need to pay more for a static IP (assuming you use the DDNS service).

And it's free (though I think you gotta renew every 60 days).
    
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thank you sir, that just might do it !thumb.gif
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Yes, use No-IP. I have been using their services for over 2 years now. I own 3 domains, and using their DNS service, to host websites on my residential internet (not Verizon FiOS). Port 80 redirects work great, as do web redirects. Best solution I know of.
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Originally Posted by tycoonbob View Post

Yes, use No-IP. I have been using their services for over 2 years now. I own 3 domains, and using their DNS service, to host websites on my residential internet (not Verizon FiOS). Port 80 redirects work great, as do web redirects. Best solution I know of.

Well the best solution would be to order the business line with a static IP.

No-IP or DynDNS work just fine, if you're redirecting just keep in mind that they put a watermark at the bottom of your page.
    
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Well the best solution would be to order the business line with a static IP.
No-IP or DynDNS work just fine, if you're redirecting just keep in mind that they put a watermark at the bottom of your page.

Well yes, best would be to buy a business line. Regarding the watermark, I pay $25/yr for DNS hosting, and their are no watermarks on mine. I was not aware that the free version had a watermark either.
post #9 of 15
You wouldn't need static, just makes it nice. But if you go with Fios business, then those standard ports are not blocked. You can always use the router for your redirect as well. Have it receive on port 40000 and then forward to port 80 on the server. I receive SSH sessions for my linux home server on a non standard port and redirect it to port 22 internally.
 
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ill get it figured out, thanks for the info guys.

im running fedora 14 with amahi so that kinda limits my options on programs to download
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