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On your router you can do one of two things.

Enable a DMZ for that web server


Enable port forwarding for port 80 to that server

I suggest the later option (because if you enable the DMZ for that computer, you'll need a firewall on it, or all inbound "new" traffic will get routed to that computer)
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[quote author=Destramic link=topic=114978.msg468142#msg468142 date=1163546762]
k..but how would i allow only port 80 for income traffic?

In there firewall, if not by default you will need to block all incoming "new" requests. Then allow incoming "new" requests to port 80.

Most firewall software is already set up to block all incoming connections that were not established internally.

Unless you gave me the specific firewall software you installed (or have installed), I can give you no more detail then above
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