Article:
  Apache Web-Serving with Mac OS X: Part 1
Subject:   Need Help Setting Up
Date:   2005-10-17 13:24:40
From:   sputnikV
I have an Apple G4 Cube with OSX 10.3 on it.


I want to be able to host a website off of it that I can use for data that me and my friends can access, so I don't need a DNS domain name or any of that stuff.


I am currently behind DSL modem/router with no firewall except on the mac. I have several other things and another router pluged in to the router ports. I have two computers on the second router including the mac.


I followed the instructions above (press the web sharing button), and I can access my site internaly but not externaly.


How can I access them externaly? (like at someone else's house?)

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  • Need Help Setting Up
    2005-12-25 12:28:55  timlkane [View]

    Get your DSL modem/router documentation. You have to http into the router and set it up to send a incoming request to your computer's IP address.

    example your router address is 10.0.56.1
    your computer's address is set up in the router is
    10.0.56.11, you must tell the router to send all incoming requests to 10.0.56.11

    Timlkane
  • Need Help Setting Up
    2006-04-17 18:13:08  sputnikV [View]

    I finally did it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! yeah!!!!!!!!!!
    • Need Help Setting Up
      2006-05-12 18:39:46  mike_p [View]

      Could you tell us how you did it? I am trying to accomplish the same task. I can see my html doc on my local network but no one can get to it over the web.

      Thanks in advance.