Getting IIS 7 in the server to work in WAN

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      I got Windows Server 2008 R2 a few days ago from Microsoft Dreamspark. I’ve been having some problems running IIS 7 or other programs relating to a server for the WWW. I never had a problem before running an Apache program on Windows Vista or XP which is what I tried on Windows Server on port 81 because port 80 is blocked because of the server that automatically runs in Windows that I don’t know how to shut down. I have my computer setup as a DMZ host so all ports are unblocked, but when I go to check my ports with a port checker it says it’s checking 192.168.75.1 which isn’t my router IP or my computer LAN IP. I have Windows Firewall turned off just for the purpose of testing things to see if I can get it to work. Is there something in the OS settings I can change to fix this because I when I do look at IIS 7 it shows 192.168.75.1 as a viable IP, but I can’t access it that way. I can only access through my LAN IP which is 192.168.0.160 and via http://localhost/. Thanks in advance if you can help me run this on my WAN static IP.

    • #50543

      Open up command prompt and type in the following command:

      ipconfig /all > c:ipconfigresults.txt

      Navigate to Local Disk C: and open ipconfigresults.txt

      Copy and paste the results to the forum.

      Also, do you have VMWare workstation installed on your machine?

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      Anonymous

      Open up command prompt and type in the following command:

      ipconfig /all > c:ipconfigresults.txt

      Navigate to Local Disk C: and open ipconfigresults.txt

      Copy and paste the results to the forum.

      Also, do you have VMWare workstation installed on your machine?

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