My ISP (Verizon - FIOS) blocks port 80 going to the user, coming from the
use is not blocked. It seemed that Verizon wants to prevent a residential
user from being a server.
(Haven't check recently that this is still the case, it came up when I
wanted to test creating a server with IIS, had to use port 8080 instead)
If I remember correctly:
I used DynDNS to convert name:80 to my IP address:8080,
then use the router to convert 8080 -> 80,
details on how I did that are now fuzzy however
OP wants to have 2 servers, don't think what I did would work for two
"John John - MVP" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I might be missing something but how can you browse the internet if your
> ISP is blocking port 80? This is the primary HTTP port...
> MrGibbage wrote:
>> I am on Cox HS internet, using DynDNS. WRT54G router. I have a PC that
>> stays on 24/7 (windows XP). I am trying to set up some IP webcams for
>> home security and they have built in webservers, but they can only run on
>> port 80. Cox blocks port 80. The only solution I can think of is to set
>> up a port forwarding rule in the router to forward requests such as
>> mydyndns.org:12341 for camera one or mydyndns.org:12342 for camera two
>> etc to the 24/7 PC. I could run NAT on that PC looking for those
>> specific requests and forward them again to the correct camera. I have
>> looked and looked and cannot find and free/open source windows NAT
>> software out there.
>> Is there another solution out there? Am I making it too hard? Does
>> anyone know of a good NAT solution for Wondows XP?
>> Best Regards,
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