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Domain hopping

I'm trying to work out iNotes on my server (Domino 5.0.8), I can access my server within the LAN, but not from the outside, and my ISP is directing all HTTP requests towards my real IP. Can you please help?
At a high level, you would need to translate (NAT) your public IP address for your HTTP port to the private IP address of your Domino server. The ability to do this depends on the router and/or firewall you have and your ISP's policy. If they allow NATting of addresses and your router/firewall can handle it, you should be fine.

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This was first published in March 2005

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