Currently Being ModeratedDec 4, 2012 2:30 PM (in response to Jarrod Erdody)
Hi Jarrod, you need to do Port Forwarding on your Router & find your outside IP...
What's my ip...
Currently Being ModeratedDec 4, 2012 7:35 PM (in response to Jarrod Erdody)
NOTE: Even if you enable Port Forwarding in your home router, your ISP may still block port 80. Many ISPs do NOT want you running a web server that is visible outside your home UNLESS you are paying for one of their commercial accounts.
Alternatives are to use Port Forwarding to map a non-standard port on the Internet side to port 80 on your Mac. Then you access your web site using http://ip.address.of.home:nnnn where nnnn is the non-standard port you mapped port 80 to.
You can also make life a bit easier if you get a free dynamic DNS name from a service from No-IP.com or DynDNS.org. Then you would access your web site via http://dynamic.dns.name:nnnn