How can i access webpage from WAN?
I have two computers which is desktop and other is server (Fedora 10). Fedora webroot is /var/www/html/. company is page for view.
IP Desktop - 192.168.0.174
IP Fedora (server) - 192.168.0.2
So i can access from desktop by type in url http://192.168.0.2/company
. I can view succesfully this page via LAN.
I'm using wireless router DI524 and already setting DynDNS.org, so i can access my router from WAN (if local http://192.168.0.1
) by type in XXXX.homeftp.org
Other setting on DI524:
192.168.0.2 both UDP/TCP port 21 (ftp)
192.168.0.2 both UDP/TCP port 23 (telnet)
192.168.0.2 both UDP/TCP port 22 (ssh)
all this setting it's working by type in from command prompt telnet XXXX.homeftp.org, ftp XXXX.homeftp.org and putty for ssh.
1. What i need to do in my router?
2. What i need to configure on my server fedora? httpd.conf?
*note httpd.conf just add in Listen 8080 but it not working
i want it work on http://xxxxx.homeftp.org:8080/comapny
Anyone can help me?