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  1. Join Date
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    #1
    Please give a step by step procedure.
    we are using windows 2003 server, we have also a network that connected to a PLDT Internet connection, also we have so many server inside our school, so where we connect the web server through LAN or outside only trhough router???

  2. Join Date
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    #2
    If Windows, IIS ung webserver.

    You can assign an internal IP for the webserver to be safe outside (assuming may mga open ports). Then map the ip outside of your router.

    ex:
    Internal: 192.168.0.30
    External map: 203.190.22.30

    Tapos ung 203.190.22.30 dun naka assign ung domain name mo (pano ba setup nang DNS nyo?)

    And, what is your router anyways? Cisco?

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    #3
    Quote Originally Posted by lm723 View Post
    If Windows, IIS ung webserver.

    You can assign an internal IP for the webserver to be safe outside (assuming may mga open ports). Then map the ip outside of your router.

    ex:
    Internal: 192.168.0.30
    External map: 203.190.22.30

    Tapos ung 203.190.22.30 dun naka assign ung domain name mo (pano ba setup nang DNS nyo?)

    And, what is your router anyways? Cisco?
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    Cisco, gusto ko sana makita yung web server namin dito sa LAN, kaya lang hindi e, yung web server namin naka up na sa internet kaya lang if we update the site manually transfer the file to the Web server. gusto ko sana updating through LAN..

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    Quote Originally Posted by acenie View Post
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    Cisco, gusto ko sana makita yung web server namin dito sa LAN, kaya lang hindi e, yung web server namin naka up na sa internet kaya lang if we update the site manually transfer the file to the Web server. gusto ko sana updating through LAN..
    baka iyong webserver ninyo eh nasa labas ng LAN ninyo. at iyong PC na ginagamit ninyo at that time walang internet access palabas?

    btw bago ang lahat para malinaw. saan ba naka host ang web server ninyo? Naka-collocate ba ito sa ibang lugar or nasa sa loob ng school ninyo?

    kung nakahost ito sa inyong school, may separate network ba sya or iba ba ang subnet nya?
    Last edited by froshie1; July 26th, 2007 at 09:26 AM.

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    #5
    tip ko lang bro..
    put it in a drawing so you will not be confused. by then your network plan/structure should carry also the IP addresses. useful to pag may idadagdag na equipment or services.

    i may be able to help you... kaya lang Linux/Unix ang specialty ko eh..

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    #6
    within our school yung server, and my work station is connected to LAN and internet. sabi ng kasama ko yung Webser daw connected to a router yung palabas, hindi ba pwede e connect yung Webser dito sa LAN? or babagal lang yung connection

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    #7
    mas maganda po if you can get the full details of the setup.

    what media are you using to transfer files to and from the web server? imho kung usb drive naman, and kung mostly static ung pages, it shouldn't be that much of a hassle. or, you could add a network card on the web server and connect it to your lan -- kaso there might be some security issues you need to consider. imho a workable compromise would be to add the network card, then connect it to your local lan only if you need to transfer files. after magtransfer, disconnect it kaagad.

    also...why win2k3? for the purpose it serves, parang overkill po. linux+apache would do just fine -- *kung* sanay po kayo sa linux B)

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    #8
    Im not familiar w/ Linux, but for your suggestions a helpful information for me thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acenie View Post
    within our school yung server, and my work station is connected to LAN and internet. sabi ng kasama ko yung Webser daw connected to a router yung palabas, hindi ba pwede e connect yung Webser dito sa LAN? or babagal lang yung connection
    Pwedeng ilagay sa loob, pwedeng lagyan ng 2 IP ang Win2k3 at diniscuss na ni lm723.

    Next na gagawin mo magkaron ka ng NAT (Network Address Translation) para madirect iyong traffic sa labas papasok sa LAN.

  10. Join Date
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    #10
    Ask the administrator ng network nyo to give you the exact location of the files (localhost)

    Like sakin dito, pag nag "http://localhost/redcorner" ako naredirect sa red corner site dito sa local. Ung location nya "D:\My Documents\Red Corner" sa IIS kasi ia-assign mo ung location nung site.

    Sa CSB din ganito ang setup. localhost/csb redirects you to the site. Pag sa labas ka, kaylangan www.dls-csb.edu.ph

    Isang step lang talaga to. Pag binigay nung admin sayo ung exact location/directory nung mga files, start saving there. Problem solved! :naughty2:

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