sean reed scribed:
>> Do you have a router? My little home network does and in order for outside
>> users to connect to one of my computers I have to configure the router to
>> route any requests for that port to a specific computer. So the IP address
>> PCGen says is my internal address, not what users from the outside will use.
>> If the address you see starts with 192.168 that's a usually means your IP
>> is setup for a local network.
> The IP address i see does start 192.168. How would i go about changing the
> IP address pcGen uses?
When you start the Server in the Network tab it grabs whatever IP address
your machine is currently using.
> i have dsl so i access the internet through a LAN
> even though i dont have any other computers. would that count as a router?
Yeah, routers, switches and the like are all parts of the LAN.
> i couldn't figure out how to change its configuration. when i turn off my
> Ethernet modem, the ip address i see in pcgen changes. but then i'm no
> longer connected to the internet. thanks for your help!
Can't really help you there, you'll need someone who can help you with your
network, this isn't really a PCGen problem.
~ Eddy Anthony (MoSaT)
~ PCGen BoD, Data Content Second, Doc Chimp