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Network IP Addressing
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Port forwarding happens on a router. If there's no router, there's no forwarding required. If you are sharing the router, a forwarded port can go to only one computer.
my ip address is a dynamic, it is used to run my website internet radio station KSJF-NETRADIO.COM from my windows 2000 pro Pc, however i use a outside ip provider and have my stream hosted by an outside streaming server, what i need to know is how i can find out how many people are connecting to my ip address (server stream ip)please go to http://www.ksjf-netradio.com and click on TUNE IN to listen to our live radio stream, and then send me a basic sample report of A lookup for my ip address. thnaks J.A. Fears owner of website KSJF-NETRADIO.COM (785)-493-0380 or firstname.lastname@example.org my ip is 184.108.40.206 my server stream ip is 220.127.116.11
I bought a netgear wireless router with 4 port switch, I have sprint dsl and I know I have static Ip, but either I have really bad luck or my dsl modem is odd, because I can't ever get into the router settings to change it to static ip, I've tried linksys aswell with the same if not worse results, any suggestions otherwise I'm just gonna gice up, I don't know what else to do!
I have a question, i have an ADSL service with a dlink 310 modem(lan-Router). the isp gave me a username and password, i used it to connect, but at the same time i could connect to my isp using ip configuration without need to log on, i uses 172.16.1.70 as my computers ip, and 172.16.1.1 as server ip, 18.104.22.168 for dns server, no i changed my service to 512k, but my aacount with username and password has only 5GB each month, i can not connect to internet using IP configuration, if i could do that like before, so i could download more than 5 GB, what can i do? why i can not connect with ip anymore? how can i detect the ip adresse that i can put in lan settings?
I am beginner in Networking and I was going through your wonderful article
Will you able to clarify a doubt from my side?
I have an internet leased line with static IP's given by ISP
I am using DLink router and the static IP and DNS information given by the ISP is entered in the WAN section.
The private IP of router is 192.168.0.1 and I have a windows 2000 server in my LAN with the private IP 192.168.0.2 and I want to use the server as a webserver.
Please advice me how can I assign a static IP which is in the range 213.X.X.X to my windows 2000 server and how can i set it as a webserver so that it can be accessed from outside the LAN
Thanks & Regards
i need a static ip address
Contact your ISP
Hi Leo.I have a nintendo DS.I was trying to use the wi fi connection online.I need a subnet mask.Do u know how I can get one?
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Not a Nintendo user, but if it uses DHCP, then ist should get the subnet mask
automatically. Otherwise I'd just try 255.255.255.0
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You should put *nix guides up, that would help more people out. Apache installs (Linux and Windoze)Installing PHP that sort of stuff.
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