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S Sep 8 '17 at 19:25 history suggested Aurora0001 CC BY-SA 3.0
Remove 'title tag' which is discouraged—it's best to use prose instead if possible; capitalisation
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Sep 6 '17 at 14:33 comment added hcheung Judging from what you wrote, you cleanly has several misunderstanding on how IP/network works. 1) You probably don't understand the meaning of /24, it is not refer to port, it defined your network subnet. Read this. 2) your public IP seldom change doesn't mean you have a fixed IP, unless you paid a premium for fixed IP and for commercial (vs residential) subscription. 3) Your ISP won't block port 80 as it is the default and most common internet access port, if your ISP block port 80, your browser/router won't work without specific configuration.
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