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#Port forwarding

If you want to install Bibliogram on a computer at home (e.g. a Raspberry Pi) and then access it from another network, you will need to set up port forwarding.

  1. In your router configuration, forward the ports 80 (for http) and 443 (for https, if you are using https) to your home server.
  2. Use a static private IP for your server computer.

The way to do this depends on your specific router. You will need to read the documentation of your router on how to do that. Router manufacturers often use different terminology. Common names are "Port forwarding" or "Virtual Server".

Searching online for the brand/model of your router (e.g. d-link port forwarding) should help.

Useful links: