yet. If you don't have an account you can
New Zealand Broadband
Static IP address pointing
I've got a Netgear Wireless Router WGR614v9 which has a DSL 502 T plugged into it.
I have been playing around and installed IIS - but am a bit clueless about how I configure either to point to the C:\inetpub\wwwroot folder on my machine.
When I type http://192.168.1.2/ i get the wwwroot folder if that helps.
you mean that you want to access your web page from somewhere else in the internet?
you need to set up Port Forwarding in your DSL502T to pass incoming traffic on port 80 to the internal ip address 192.168.1.2 (your PC).
If you're being assigned an IP by DCHP, safest to set up static IP for your PC instead. Otherwise if someone else gets teh IP, the port forward rule will send traffic to them instead.
try this link for instructions:
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