Dynamic DNS issues

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Hi
Im hosting a server from my home, behind a router/firewall. My ISP provides only dynamic IP's for home users like myself, so I have to use Dynamic DNS. I signed up to Dyndns and set up my account with the IP I was told I have. This worked, but only took me to my router's IP, 192.168.0.1 on my network. How can I get it to forward to 192.168.0.50 (my server)? I have a netgear DG834G if that helps. I believe the answer is port forwarding, but im not sure, and I cant seem to get that to work anyway. Any help would be awesome
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On any computer in your network, http into your router and set up Port Forwarding for whatever services you wish to have available (port 80 for a website by default). You'd want to port forward to the IP of your server.

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