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www.askmisterwizard.com AskMisterWizard.com Networking Fundamentals Section: Hosting Servers on the Internet, using free resources from www.AskMisterWizard.com. This is the BEST summary of Internet game or server hosting to be found ANYWHERE! How to set up a game server, a file server, a print server, a web server, or an Internet voice server so that others can access it from the Internet. References other resources from www.AskMisterWizard.com that viewers will find helpful. Discusses Static IP address, Dynamic IP address, Port Forwarding, Dynamic DNS, NAT Router as a hardware firewall, and Internet Connection Sharing.
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5 Responses to “Hosting Servers on the Internet AskMisterWizard”

  1. bbosen Says:

    You probably need to enable “Port Forwarding”. This is also discussed in detail at the AskMisterWizard website. It’s “Episode 14”, and you can find it under “Port Forwarding” in the index, visible on the prominent left panel.

  2. nathan97256525 Says:

    hello i need help. when i host a game online on cod waw no one can join my server so what do i do?

  3. reviewsexposed Says:

    Good information. Solid. To the point. Well done.

  4. bbosen Says:

    Please repeat the question. I’m having trouble understanding what you are asking.

  5. bbosen Says:

    If you want to change your computer’s IP address to 192.168.1.1, you can use either of two approaches. Both are described in two free movies available from the AskMisterWizard website. Look in the index under “Internet Addresses”.

    Both cases assume that your home network or small office network is behind a NAT router. If you don’t have a small network or a NAT router, then you probably don’t want to use IP addresses in the 192.168.x.x range.

    Regards,

    -Bob Bosen-

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