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By ask_anurag ·
Hi,

I have windows 2000 adv. server with 15 windows 2000 prof. clients and i am using NAT for internet.I also installed IIS server and published some sites on my IIS server.My clients can access internet.Now i want the public users can access my IIS server as well as my private users can also access my IIS server.I am using Dialup connection so that's y i don't hv any public or static IP.
How i do it.

Anurag.

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by Alpha-Male In reply to About NAT

Dynamic DNS. Do a Yahoo search and you will find many vendors that offer the service. It will take a little research to find which best suits your needs, but this should be exactly what you are looking for.

Historically, you have rejected the answers I have given you without even an explanation in the past. If you are going to close and reject all answers to this question as well, I would like to at least hear why. Thank you.

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by mahyuddin In reply to About NAT

go to this link to download software where u can get the static IP address for free.
http://www.no-ip.com

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by Kahindo In reply to About NAT

You don't need any software or ddns from anyone. What you need is a static address associated with your dns name (www.whatever.com or whatever name). Your ISP can give you this. You then need to go to RAS and configure it to allow inbound connections. You will need to be more security conscious than you have been, however.

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