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If you get a message similar to, "Could not create SSL/TLS secure channel."... please install a newer version of the .NET Framework from Microsoft. Vista can only use v4.6. Others should install the newest available, like v4.8.

Share Http server data over internet

I am sorry to ask this but i am a noob...

I want to share the html-server live tables with my brother but he lives in another city...
So i can localy rech my ip and see on my browser the tables.

Then i tried to open a "device" in my router for my ip to the internet (Port forwarding) .. not sure what to do there but it asks for the ip (chosen from a list, to tell the router what PC i wanna use) then i need to set a port (80 is standard.. would it be wise to use another AND change it also in the webserver?)

Now here is the main thing:
If the above is correct i thought i should be able to reach myself (e.g. with my phone or another lte-device) with the ipv6 that i get when i look into the router or when i use a webservice showing my public ip.

Doesnt really work.

I only get the message that there is nothing there.
This is as far as my knowlegde goes..

Any Ideas Any1??


  • I suppose you could change the ports once you got it working, but there's not a lot to the ACT web server.  I suppose someone else could look at your encounter data... but do you care?  I suppose they could also crash the server thread... either of those things are possible regardless of the port you use.  Leaving the internal port using 80 doesn't really have any implications to the outside world.

    I'd stick with IPv4 if you can. IE, 94.91.x.x external and 192.168.x.x internal.  Your software firewall may block internet connections as well, so you'll have to look into that.
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