Redmine install on windows 10 at home but access it from an outside network
Added by Joe Jacob over 1 year ago
I am a new user and new to Redmine and I am thinking about installing Redmine on windows home pc and set it up as a Project management system instead of a ticketing system. I think I can make the task bit easier by using Bitnami. https://bitnami.com/stack/redmine. I am asking here if this a correct way to do it or if bitnami is not a good idea.
Once the install is successful then I can set up Redmine to be a project management system but it will be only available to me at localhost and not outside.
I can use dynu.com for dynamic DNS solutions so I can access Redmine from anywhere. see I need a free and reliable home solution for Project Management. the part I am not sure about is once Redmine is installed the access link will be pointed to localhost 172.0 how do I switch it to point to my Dynamic DSN subdomain?
Can someone please advise
Thank you very much
RE: Redmine install on windows 10 at home but access it from an outside network - Added by C S over 1 year ago
This is the job of your router, where the DynDNS is also set up.
There a port (e.g. 443) is set up on an internal IP including port (e.g. 220.127.116.11:3000).
Now configure the firewall accordingly ... and it works.
IMPORTANT NOTE: You are opening your local network into the Internet - so this is also vulnerable!