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How to set a static IP address in Windows XP behind a D-Link router

In order for you to be able to connect directly to your computer from the Internet, you have to enable the Virtual Server feature in your D-Link router. To use this feature reliably, you are required to assign your computer a static IP LAN IP address.

This tutorial will show you how to assign your computer a static LAN IP address running Windows XP.

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