[NTLK] New Newton Server
pilets at mac.com
Wed Jul 8 23:52:33 EDT 2015
I will help configure your network and your Newton to be accessible.
For that I would need to know how is (physically) your network.
INTERNET -> xxx (brand & model of your router?) -> xxx (Switch or no?) -> Your Newton (connected by wired or wireless?)
I await your answer.
Meanwhile, if you want to see your web oasisnewt.ddns.net as if you were outside of your local network use this link:
- A P P L E N E W T O N -
- Apple Newton NPDS Server: http://www.message-pad.no-ip.org
- Apple Newton NPDS Tracker: http://www.message-pad.no-ip.org:3680
Le 8 juil. 2015 à 17:02, Greg Goodwin <drclu at swbell.net> a écrit :
> Some good advice. So would the port forwarding happen at the Newton, or at the home router?
> On 7/8/15 9:33 AM, Morgan Aldridge wrote:
>> On Wed, Jul 8, 2015 at 1:54 AM, Greg Goodwin<drclu at swbell.net> wrote:
>>> The age old problem:
>>> you get the local firewall (AT&T) to allow a pin hole for a particular IP and even allows a HTTPS server. It gives you a outside IP to use.
>>> You get a NO-IP domain, you add the outside IP to it.
>>> Here locally I can see it with the NO-IP domain, but people outside my domain can't see it.
>> Well, let's see if we can help you troubleshoot it.
>> First, oasisnewt.ddns.net currently resolves to 184.108.40.206 which is
>> a public AT&T IP address, so your NO-IP domain is configured
>> correctly. If you visit
>> <https://www.google.com/search?q=what+is+my+ip+address> from another
>> computer on your local network, does it show that same IP address as
>> your public IP address?
>> Above you mentioned opening up the HTTPS port in your AT&T firewall.
>> HTTPS uses port 443, but NPDS only supports HTTP (port 80), so you'd
>> want to make sure you open the latter. Have you given your Newton a
>> static IP address on your local network and set up port forwarding for
>> port 80 (HTTP) in your firewall to that local IP address.
>> Hope we can help you get it working.
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