Make A Website Publicly accessible with Port Forwarding Linksys Router

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Visit www.myownserver.info for more details. This tutorial shows how to make your Apache for Windows XP/Vista or Linux Ubuntu web server accessible to the public people over the internet by properly configuring and forwarding your ports through your router. I use a Linksys WRT54G in this tutorial, but it should be really close to the same on all Linksys routers and fairly familiar on other brands as well.

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21 Responses to “Make A Website Publicly accessible with Port Forwarding Linksys Router”

  1. prabhu4u22 Says:

    Awesome video……1000 likes

  2. SGTPiceandSoap Says:

    Thx man

  3. ipaqmaster Says:

    Anyone can portfoward. it just means you will have to tell everyone your new IP every time it changes (pain in the ass).

    You could get a domain using something called DYN dns, Meaning Whenever the ip changes, your router tells the company hosting your domain. You don’t even notice the ip change if you use a DYN domain (e.g example.com)

  4. YTubeular Says:

    Great video! I’ve been looking for a tutorial like this for years!! Rare and extremely helpful. Thank you!

  5. ronjersangmail Says:

    It works only if you have static IP adress from you ISP?

  6. gigamabyte Says:

    Great video, worked like a charm!

  7. cyrusxxx1 Says:

    I try this but not working, the Public IP took me so long but still not working,
    also my public IP address that show in my routers is different when I check what is my IP

  8. chubsnellie Says:

    @hobolikespie11 you still need to open ports even if your connected with ethernet

  9. chubsnellie Says:

    yay I’ve got the same router!

  10. KayferProductions Says:

    I always change them 🙂

  11. vistakillerhacks Says:

    No problen 🙂

  12. vistakillerhacks Says:

    Most likely it is admin, if not, ask you’r parents.

  13. jrobot3 Says:

    Im guessing his password is Admin… people never change there passwords on Linksys routers

  14. Marvinfh3 Says:

    This helped out ALOT!
    Thank you very much!

  15. DarkBanel Says:

    it works thx wery much 😀 !!!!

  16. jb122894 Says:

    at 0:57 for me the website doesn’t display

  17. ElindrGeek Says:

    I can’t access to my router. I typed in the default admin/password but it won’t let me in. What’s the problem? My local ip is 192.168.1.1 also. hmm.

  18. jameswx09 Says:

    man… i have a shit router! I can only use my router configuration area on a domain name!

  19. chillindave Says:

    Hey Luburium,
    Your new ISP is probably blocking port 80. You can use something like dyndns or no-ip to forward web traffic to a different port, but in some terms of service agreements they strickly forbid running servers on your internet connection.

    I recommend looking into paid hosting. I have a spare account I use for random testing that only costs me $10/year and a domain registered with godaddy for $10/ year.

  20. Luburium Says:

    Hey, I could do this before, but when I changed my internet provider when I enter my global IP in my browser it just keeps loading for AGES and then evetually it will only get a broken link <.<, It sucks that I can't use my fucking own server since the domains SUCK ass their FTP's are SOO slow

  21. Luburium Says:

    Try a xampp turtorial video 😀

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