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Hi all
My IP is of the non routable types, 10.40.100.xxx. It's a static IP. I'm using IIS to host a website. However, my IP being the non routable type, I cant get others to access my machine by typing the IP in the address bar (http://10.40.100.xxx) and my ISP's reverse DNS as per grc.com is 202-177-150-12.sify.net Now, is there anyway I can use NAT or any other method so people can access my site using the IP address? Please do let me know. Thanks

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i have the same problem any one can help us?
ps- i from Israel and my isp is bezeq

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what is your external IP? how do you access the internet?

btw, shalom ram1net, good to see more Israelis here :)

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>what is your external IP?

not a good idea to give out your address like that. Very likely that you'll be hacked.

I'd look into using apache, as it is in many ways better than IIS.

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>what is your external IP?

not a good idea to give out your address like that. Very likely that you'll be hacked.

yeah, I meant whether the guys know it. I can settle for 154.x.y.z

I'd look into using apache, as it is in many ways better than IIS.

in all ways actually. except for when serving asp

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