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OS 10.4 - Setting up a static ip and port fowarding


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Does my ISP have to do this or can i do it?
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Does my ISP have to do this or can i do it?
I found this link, but I can't say whether or not doing this is a walk in the park.

http://portforward.com/networking/static-Mac10.4.htm

I set up a Static IP Add for my PC.

You need to access your router via Safari/FireFox by typing an address into the URL.

Here, you can find your Router and learn how to access it
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Most ISP's will offer a dynamic IP by default. In order to get a true static IP, you would have to contact them.

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So i cant do it?
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