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I have something like this myhost.dyndns.org. When I put myhost.dyndns.org in browser then redirect me to ADSL modem IP (10.0.0.138) but I try to redirect me on localhost (Apache server). How to solve this

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You must set a port forward on your router/modem at least for port 80 to the (local) IP for your server.

Beware, this can be dangerous as anyone can access this website in your private network.

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How to do this? You mean set NAPT? –  Ognjen Sep 5 '10 at 20:34
    
Depending on your setup, something like NAPT might be available for you. In most cases though, you will have to look for something called port forward or a variant thereof. Actually, NAPT is a combination of normal NAT and port forwarding, if I remember this correctly. –  SvW Sep 5 '10 at 21:48
    
Check out portforward.com –  Grizly Sep 8 '10 at 11:28

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