19153 Views 10 Replies Latest reply: Feb 15, 2007 12:35 AM by JesJetUK
I went through exactly the same thought process as you.
I thought it would be easy, then tried it and it didn't work, then thought it would be apain but once I found the documentation and did it was a piece of cake!
If you have no command-line interface experience it will be tougher but no time like the present to learn. Go to the manuals section and search for "OSX Server Command Line Interface" or something like that there you will find a manual that covers the process in detail.
I am useless on Terminal.
I can connect to the server at work using an external connection. e.g. server secondary IP is 195.xx.xx.xxx and I use 212.xx.xx.xxx to connect. No problem.
But from home I cannot connect at all. I have 80.xxx.xxx.xxx IP.
Should I reinstall the software on the server and then change IP settings, maybe even upgrade?
You should use changeip and networksetup to change the IP of the interface which has your new public IP. At least changeip on 10.3 is necessary.
Great news. I found this very helpful and very very easy.
Exactly what I was looking for. All done in 3 minutes, I am going to go away and learn Terminal Commands.
Many thanks for all advise given here.