turnpike420 at yahoo.com
Mon Dec 29 12:17:30 EST 2003
I own an RT311 (it is currently in a box) and used to use it instead of linux
and iptables. The RT311 was one of the first home cable/dsl routers out by
NetGear. There is nothing wrong with this product but age Jon! ;)
You CAN host a website behind it. The instructions used to be on their
website. If not, you need to setup a port forward of port 80 to the internal
IP and port 80 of your webserver. This presumes you are using default port 80
--- Jon Carnes <jonc at nc.rr.com> wrote:
> On Mon, 2003-12-29 at 00:56, Dwayne Qualls wrote:
> > I'm attempting to setup my web server behind a Netgear RT311, and was
> > wondering if you could share configuration document. I'm having
> > difficulties understanding what menus need to be configured on the
> > RT311.
> > Dwayne Qualls
> Hmmm, there is no RT311 listed on NetGear's site. In any case, look at
> your documentation - it will probably be described as setting up a DMZ.
> And next time, buy a Linksys... :-)
> HtH - Jon Carnes
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