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Old 2010-03-15, 14:57   #12
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Originally Posted by CedricVonck View Post
Karsten,

With over the net I mean:

Over the internet: e.g. configure my pc @home with dyndns, then I have to test it that I can access remotely.
Well, once you've got dynamic DNS set up, what you need to do is set your router to forward the server's port to the machine you're using as the server. You can get some pretty good instructions for most routers at http://www.portforward.com/; most any of their examples should work, just replace the port # they're using with the one you put your server on.

BTW, regarding MySQL, using that with LLRnet is probably more trouble than it's worth. In my experience LLRnet works quite well without it.
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Old 2010-03-15, 18:09   #13
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IMO if your going to use mysql you may as well use the latest prpnet
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