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Setting Up Web Hosting on an Ad-Hoc Network

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#1 Extrodewise


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Posted 15 September 2009 - 05:21 PM

Hi Guyz,
I got this network set-up for my department @ school. However, I need to have an extension of it running at some other location & I'm trying to achieve that using an ad-hoc network on a Windows Vista machine. I know ad-hoc aint really tha thing for hosting, but the number of people that would be accessing the website from that location would be considerably small (it's an intranet based website by the way)... I'm thinking, how do I configure some sort of web server (like apache) such that once a person connects to that ad-hoc network and types the URL, it would load the index.html page of my website on the person's browser. Any hints, tips, suggestions and links would be greatly appreciated.

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