Assign the main IP to the local computer?

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Good afternoon, respected Herroommate.

I had a problem. The fact that I have several hours fighting with a problem and unable to solve it...

Here we go... I Have two computers. One stationary (primary) and second laptop. The primary is connected to the Internet. The notebook is connected to the main through cable (twisted pair). Internet works fine, both on hospital and on the laptop. But now I have a problem. I had the need to run a http server on my Laptop and the main thing is the access to this server can get from the Internet. I have a dedicated IP, that is if I launch on the main computer a http server, typing the IP address into browser, I can see the contents of the server. But if you run the http server on the laptop on the server, you can't but then when, as I understand that the local computer(laptop) has an internal IP. That's the problem. But I know that it is possible to make the main computer (the hospital) just a gateway or something so that the laptop could concretise from the Internet. Please help me to figure out how to make the laptop a server accessible to the Internet.


Thanks in advance!

upd: On both computers is Windows XP
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You have two local network interface and the one from the ' net, and in another laptop? If so, the properties of the network interface which the Internet on the tab "Access" (should logically be a check "allow other users...") click on the "settings" button and in the list of services, select "Web server (HTTP)". This will cause (in theory) the main computer when prompted to it on port 80 to forward the request to the laptop.
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It remains only to clarify what operating system is on my desktop...
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You need to do port forwarding behind a NAT (it's called PAT or Port Forwarding).
for wipfw the rule is simple wipfw fwd 2laptop_ip 80,443 from any 80,443 to me
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it is possible for this task fit just ip redirector. for example rinetd (Linux\\Unix) is accurate. Under Windows...
\rlemweb.ru/2007/10/20/redirektor_portov.html read here.
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Maybe with NAT not to bother, and to deliver any proxies?
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All this can be done using standard Windows tools. As I understand it, you use the "share Internet connection" on the adapter of a desktop computer, which looks in the Internet. if so, this should help
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And guys sorry, forgot to say, there and there costs XP
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