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http syntax question

Is their a special syntax to use so that from a remote location via an internet web browser i can retrieve a page from a server that is on a NAT'd isp.

something like http://xx.xxx.xxx.xxx (being the global ip) and then the local NAT ip 192.168.1.2 so that the router will know where to send the request.

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Re: http syntax question

You should only need to specify the global address. If the router is running NAT, it will already have a table of global to local address mappings.

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