on 29-07-2016 12:13 AM
It depends on what you actually want to serve on your PI?
For the basics, you would be best to set a static local IP on the PI that is away from the DHCP pool on your router.
Personally, I set my router to DHCP from 192.168.1.150 onwards, therefore I have 51 free local IP's I can assign for devices I want to be static.
Then simply forward the ports you need for your server on your router to the static local IP of your PI.
on 26-07-2016 01:19 PM
Checked into it. Depending on how you're setting up the server, you'll need to enable port forwarding on the HG635 router.
you may find the following link helpful for setting up the port forwarding: https://community.talktalk.co.uk/eigde79682/attachments/eigde79682/32/14869/1/TalkTalkSuperRouterPor...
on 26-07-2016 12:56 PM
Interesting one, I've never setup a server on the raspberry pi myself.
Let me look into it a bit and see how we can go about it.
I'll get back soon.