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    IIS Port Forwarding


    Hello everyone. I have a question here. I have running an IIS web server on my local pc which the local ip address is 10.1.1.99.

    The web application in IIS is running fine within the LAN network. But how can I do so that the web application can be run on public?

    I have a router where it is odds because it has two ip address.
    1) 60.52.204.197 is needed to enter to router maintain page.
    2) 60.52.204.196 is public ip that I get from all the check public ip website.


    My router brand is Billion Bipac 5112S.


    Can anyone advice on this?
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    There's nothing IIS related in your question. You need to find out how to configure your router to forward http to your local pc. I've never heard of that router model, sorry.
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