I have installed it on Server 2008 (Processor is not x64, so could not install 2008R2)
To install moodle I used the Microsoft Web Platform
Static IP address on the DHCP for the server
How do I go by getting this to an external IP addresss?
I have give the Council (ISP) the internal IP of the server and told them to open port 80 and the port number of MySQL (Not sure if thats need, but that one is there)
Any ideas why its not working?
Havent done no settings other than that
Also how to I get around of chaning the link to Moodle at the momment for example I have to type in a link like this 10.147.100.54/moodle. If I dont type in the moodle part, it goes to the deafult II7 page, How do I disable that and make Moodle have that link
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for resolving internally you will need to set up a binding.
right click the site in IIS manager and click edit bindings. Now click add and type in the web address you want to use - school.ac.uk etc.
You will now need to make changes to your internal and external dns so that school.ac.uk resolves to the correct ip address. you don't want to be using the ip on the browser as this will become a pain latter on.
as for 184.108.40.206, that ip seems to be dead as it won't ping. i would check that you've got the right IP and then contact your provider - get them to shut the mysql while you are at it as you defiantly don't need that port open