I had posted about this before, and I thought I had it figured out, but I'm still having problems. OS: Fedora Core 3 Server: latest Apache connection: DSL through Century-tel situation: I can type the IP into a browser running on the same machine as the server and the browser pulls up the site fine (also works for 127.0.0.1). However, when i'm on a remote computer (at work or at friend's house) I can't pull up the site. I can SSH into the server, but can't open a web page. I believe I have to enable port forwarding on my router, and I've tried setting it so that incoming data on port 80 goes to port 1337 and adjusting Apache config files accordingly. Then browsing to http://<ip address>:1337 but it results in the same situation above (I can reach it from the computer with Apache, but not from other locations). is it possible my ISP is preventing me from hosting a site? or is it likely I don't know what I'm doing with my router, and that is causing my anguish? thanks, any ideas / suggestions appreciated.