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pseudo-static IP for webserver?

I wish I knew enough about the details here to phrase this right, but

I need to test software that uses a browser to control it.  That is,
news & web accounts on the server are administratively controlled
through web pages from other machines.  (the server runs apache).

To test this, I need to use a machine that has no access to the world
other than a modem.  So it needs to sit as a server, and also run a
session on another machine running a browser to access the server
(though preliminary testing could have the browser on the same machine).

However, none of the local ISP's provide stack IP numbers.  Is there any
decent way to handle this?  All i can think of is to change to the
current IP on the remote machine every time . . .


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