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Article:
  Homemade Dot-Mac with OS X
Subject:   Personal Web server woes
Date:   2003-02-05 08:29:25
From:   anonymous2
Okay, I think I've done everything in the "Homemade Dot Mac" article to set up my desktop as a web server, but when I try to log on with my laptop (using my dial-up so I'm outside the LAN), I get the old "Server Not Found" message.
I'm using my Airport Snow as my router. I registered with dyndns I'm now at: <http://phreddyv.isa-geek.net> and I'm running DNS update.


I know that my ISP, ATT Broadband, is blocking Port 80, so, as reccomended in the article, I mapped Port 8080 to 10.0.1.2 and added 8080 to the Network Firewall exceptions. Do I need to change something somewhere else as well?How about the Proxies tab in the Network Prefs? There's a web Proxy option and a place to add a port. I tried adding 8080 there, but it didn't seem to make a difference.


Anyone out there have any tips on anything else I should try?


Thanks
Fred V