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I'm making a web site/application and I want to be able to access the website from outside my LAN. I'm serving the site via IIS; When accessing the site from within my LAN everthing looks good, but when I try to reach it through my external IP address (found using I'm reaching the Router's admin panel.

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You'll need to login to your router and forward port 80 to your computer running IIS.

You may want to consider a shared host, there are several disadvantages to hosting at home, which are discussed a bit here:

I digress, this should help you out:

Also see:

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Hello iainlbc and thank you for your response It seams to be my last solution becuase I want – Shlomi Elbaz Feb 22 '11 at 5:16

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