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[Tut]Getting rid of :8080 when you are behind a router + EXTRA! 1.0

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Hi this is Me, Im sure you all know me please dont flame me and at my guide (what does flame mean im not sure) Please post what you dont understand so i can update my guide to suit everyone!
If you want to know how to setup the forum ill make an extra guide.
In the end you will end up with something like this.
DEMO:
This guide is currently v1.0
Enjoy will update even more later on

THIS ONLY LOOKS LIKE A LONG GUIDE BUT WILL ONLY TAKE 7 MINUTES!

1.Download xampp
2.Tick mysql when installing
3.Install in correct directory
4.Go to local hard drive
 
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Re: [Guide]Getting rid of :8080 when you are behind a router + EXTRA! 1.0

kewl?
 
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Re: [Guide]Getting rid of :8080 when you are behind a router + EXTRA! 1.0

People with ISP's that block port 80 cannot properly and fully get around this problem.
You can find simple solutions like this, at the extent of having advertisements around the browser while you're redirected.
No matter what, if you're runnign a webserver on an ISP that blocks port 80, you're going to have to use a different port.
 
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Re: [Guide]Getting rid of :8080 when you are behind a router + EXTRA! 1.0

Thanks for the guide, can prove to be useful.
 
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Re: [Guide]Getting rid of :8080 when you are behind a router + EXTRA! 1.0

People with ISP's that block port 80 cannot properly and fully get around this problem.
You can find simple solutions like this, at the extent of having advertisements around the browser while you're redirected.
No matter what, if you're runnign a webserver on an ISP that blocks port 80, you're going to have to use a different port.

hehe and i got around that problem god that was a long week:jester:
 
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Re: [Guide]Getting rid of :8080 when you are behind a router + EXTRA! 1.0

I knew this ages ago.. You can just get the latest mYSQL and ur Fixed... Try it out
 
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Re: [Guide]Getting rid of :8080 when you are behind a router + EXTRA! 1.0

This is a nice guide. Thanks
 
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Re: [Guide]Getting rid of :8080 when you are behind a router + EXTRA! 1.0

Cool guide. Thank you!
 
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Re: [Guide]Getting rid of :8080 when you are behind a router + EXTRA! 1.0

Hey any suggestions or anything u dont understand?
 
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Re: [Guide]Getting rid of :8080 when you are behind a router + EXTRA! 1.0

Ty for the Guid..<<
 
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Re: [Guide]Getting rid of :8080 when you are behind a router + EXTRA! 1.0

Hey any suggestions or anything u dont understand?

My ISP is blocking my port 80 from other persone so no one cant see my ranking and register page. I SERIOUSLY dont know how to fix this and make other people able to register T_T I need to fix this Ive been trying for age now and nothing is working..I tryed to add auto registration , it worked like charm on my old v.55 server but on my new v.60 it wotn freaking work so I would seriously need help about the ISP thta block port 80..Untill I have the auto registration to work
 
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after 9 months you came to say it's not working?
 
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