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set up computer as public IP and expose to interne


chuikingman

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How can I set up the computer(win XP) and router in order to expose the computer to internet .
So, public can fto in and out to this computer .
The computer is connect to the router that use PPPOE to access internet .
The computer is connected the router by direct cable
The router is TP link TL-WR740N.

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mgmcc

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You will need to give the PC that's hosting the FTP server a fixed IP address in your LAN (Local Area Network) and forward Port 21 in the router's settings to that IP address.

Unless you have a static IP address allocated by your ISP, you will also need to use a service such as "Dynamic DNS" click here to provide a URL that will work regardless of the changing IP addresses allocated by your ISP.

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obi-wan-kenobi

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Hi, aswell as DynDNS you could also use your own domain (url) if you purchase one then you can set up namecheap as a free dns app.

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obi-wan-kenobi

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Hi, aswell as DynDNS you could also use your own domain (url) if you purchase one then you can set up namecheap as a free dns app.

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