Rails Server

As long as your router doesnt have the port blocked you should be able
to access it using your isp provided ip address.
Dont know what that is? Try going here http://www.dynip.com/main/ns/146/doc/69/lang/EN
Also if you get tired of trying to remember your dynamic ip address
from day to day you can pay Dynip 20 bucks and then you can access
your app with
whateveryouwant.dynip.com
- Richard

As long as your router doesnt have the port blocked you should be able
to access it using your isp provided ip address.

Not quite... If you're using WEBrick for script/server, for instance, you
need to run "script/server start -b 0.0.0.0" to tell it to bind to all IP
addresses instead of 127.0.0.1.

Dont know what that is? Try going here http://www.dynip.com/main/ns/146/doc/69/lang/EN
Also if you get tired of trying to remember your dynamic ip address
from day to day you can pay Dynip 20 bucks and then you can access
your app with
whateveryouwant.dynip.com

... or you can do the same thing for free with a .yi.org hostname at
http://www.yi.org/ , or a .dyndns.org hostname at http://www.dyndns.org/,
etc. :slight_smile:

  - Tyler

A free alternative to dynip is dyndns.com. There are programs you can download to keep your IP address up to date with the dns server too.