Re: Network concerns and configuration draft 4
John Haggerty wrote:
I would ask would a static ip really be able to allow the machines to
reach the outer network?
Why not? As long as the outer fixed IP is routable which it would be.
OTOH dyndns.org and others provide a way to tell the outside world what
your current IP is. These services are free for personal use.
I do most of what you are doing.
On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 6:55 AM, Cousin Stanley
<email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
> Ok so here is the issue I have a desire to run my own linux server
> as an rt box and to do wiki web serving plus email.
> I run off of a qwest dsl setup that is feeding 4 computers that are
> all getting internet ....
> 6. I am looking for the best option for the money I like cheap
> and I like something that gives all comps access but allows me
> my file serving
I'm also a qwest dsl user and did a fair amount of net searching
several months back looking for a similar solution ....
The best I remember now from those searches at the time
is that the path of least resistance and headache might be
to pay qwest a few extra $$$ per month for a static ip ....
Personlly, I gave up on it and as yet haven't bought
any static ips from qwest ....
Stanley C. Kitching
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