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Help with SuperContainer in Local & Fixed IP Setup


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Dear sirs/madam,

I have 360SuperContainer deployed on my FileMaker Server Advanced. On my router, I have set up port forwarding and Dynamic DNS services to enable a log-in from outside my office. This is where the complication comes in. If i need to use 360SuperContainer from within my local network in my office, the path for the SuperContainer server looks like this

http://localhost:8020/SuperContainer/Files or http://192.168.1.100:8020/SuperContainer/Files

However, if I need to use SuperContainer from outside my office network, I use the DynDNS address which looks something like:

http://MyServer.dyndns.org:8020/SuperContainer/Files

This poses a problem when I have staff in the office uploading documents and salesmen outside office also needing to upload document.

How can I set it up so that, both can upload documents simulteneously?

Thanks in advanced!

Kind Regards,

Jeremy Leong

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You can use get(hostipaddress) to determine if your users are connecting from inside our outside your network, and set the IP accordingly. I recommend creating a custom function for your IP address instead of typing it into each web viewer so that you can calculate and change it in one place.

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