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IP Network Address
PPP 70.109.81.221
Primary DNS 151.196.0.38
Secondary DNS 199.45.32.43


thats the addresses under my satus window
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Man, that things manual is confusing.
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well I really wish I could do this,if all else fails Im buying a new modem because I know html code,decently also java so Im sure i can learn java script and im a computer artists,Im sure doing this would be put to good use,IF I COULD ACTUALLY EFFIN DO IT,its annoying when I cant find something out.Regardless please help me I got to where all I can go,IP config is static here is what it is

my DHCP ip was 192.168.1.47
I enabled static on 192.168.1.47
strated servicing port 80 on TCP
Ip in Ipconfig is this 70.109.81.221
that ip is probably my ISP assigned one going through 192.168.1.47 because static is enable
it changed to that by itself and I know for a fact that similer to my ISP IP,anyway this is fricken hurting my head plz help lol
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And in the router, you forwarded port 80 to the 192.168.1.47
address?

(Edit: And this *should* be very easy to do.. But it seems like Westell makes up its own terminology to things.. at least in my mind..I am trying to grok this and .. this is an interesting chunk of hardware.. LoL

I think I have had too many beers to even try to grok it...)
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Originally Posted by Wolfblood
my DHCP ip was 192.168.1.47
I enabled static on 192.168.1.47
strated servicing port 80 on TCP
Ip in Ipconfig is this 70.109.81.221
that ip is probably my ISP assigned one going through 192.168.1.47 because static is enable
it changed to that by itself and I know for a fact that similer to my ISP IP,anyway this is fricken hurting my head plz help lol
Kind of confusing how you wrote this, I may not be reading this correctly but...

Did you enable the static IP of 192.168.1.47 on the modem/router or on your computer? As mentioned earlier any IP address that's 192.x.x.x is a LAN address. You can't have that as an external IP address.

Are you actually able to connect to the internet on this computer still? Also what type of OS are you running on it?
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Xp professional,I enabled the static ip with the Modem and not the computer and yes I am able to connect to the internet.So idk what to do anymore ,Should I just buy a new modem?
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Xp professional,I enabled the static ip with the Modem and not the computer and yes I am able to connect to the internet.So idk what to do anymore ,Should I just buy a new modem?
You kind of totally did it backwards compared to how I'd do it. I would have set a static LAN IP for the host computer. Do you have a resetbutton on the back of your router? Might want to use it and leave turn it off for a few minutes and back on... get it working normally.

Afterwards, to set a static IP in WindowsXP...

First, right click and disable your network connection. Then follow these steps:

-Open Network Connections in Control Panel.
-Select Local Area Connection.
-Right click and select properties.
-Scroll down until you see Internet Protcol (TCP/IP)
-Select Internet Protocol and click properties.
-change the selection from Obtain IP automatically to Use the following IP address... enter the following...

For IP: 192.168.1.48
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 192.168.1.1

-Now, below this also change the selection from automatic to manual DNS address entry...

Prefered DNS server: 151.196.0.38
Alternate DNS server: 199.45.32.43

After you've finished click OK and close the window and the Local Area Network Properties window. Go back to Network Connections on the control panel and renable your Local Area Connection by right clicking and selecting enable. If all went well you should now have the LAN IP address of 192.168.1.48 every time you start the computer, thus port forwarding now becomes pheasable.

For the next part, you need to find out how to configure your router to forward ports to your LAN IP of 192.168.1.48 I'm not an expert, Hell I'm half making this up as I go, heheh. But you should probably forward ports 80, 8000, 8001, and 8080 to 192.168.1.48 If all goes well people should be able to see your server by using your external IP address as the URL. Remember it can changes every so often if you've got a dynamic ISP, always good to take a quick look at www.whatismyip.org
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An easy way to bypass typing the IP address all the time is to use a free domain such as http://www.no-ip.com They have many different domain names to choose from.

The free account would be something like: patman3d.no-ip.com and would be forwarded to the IP you specify. Also, I think the service could track your dynamic DNS and automatically update to the correct one.

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70.106.56.127

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