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From Ermal Aliraj <ermal.ali...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: make Tomcat reachable on internet
Date Fri, 02 Mar 2012 10:12:10 GMT
I guess you need to add an static IP to your router and do a mapping with
your local ip (macchine where tomact is running)

In my case I can do that accessing to the router 169.168.1.1 then
Firewall->DMZ
Here I have a table with two fields:
- Public IP Address
- Client PC IP Address

Public Ip is an ip assigned randomly from my ISP but it changes every 2-3
days, because I don't have a STATIC ip.
Client ip is the internal ip of the macchine in my LAN, usually 192.168.1.x

In this way you can access your application typing outside your LAN:
publicip:port/ApplicationName

Ermal

2012/3/2 David Kerber <dckerber@verizon.net>

> On 3/1/2012 5:55 PM, giovo87 wrote:
>
>> is this the only one solution?
>>
>>
>> changing some router's configurations or ubuntu's firewall configurations
>> can i have the same result?
>>
> Actually, you'll have to change BOTH of those to allow the port you want
> through.  And then your ISP also has to allow incoming connections on the
> desired port.  I have done this, but I had to sign up for a business
> account with my ISP, because their TOS didn't allow me to run a server on a
> home acct.
>
>
> D
>
>
>>
>> there must be another way...
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