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Hi, I have this program that publishes your iTunes library via a web browser. The problem I'm having is that I don't how to set up my mac and/or router for port forwarding, so that people outside my network can access this page.

I have a linksys router and the latest version of panther on a 2nd gen iMac.

Thanks.
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www.portforward.com
just look up your router - complete instructions

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Ok, I went to portforward.com and set up my router. Now what's the address people would use to access my computer? I'm guessing it would be my external IP address, bu the application I'm using to publish my library still uses the generic 192.168.0.100.

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Not sure. You might need to set up as DMZ, but that would defeat the NAT for that computer.
I'm assuming the app puts it on a local web page and you're running Apache?

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