A month ago, I successfully installed Bitnami Stack Moodle on my Win 7 64-bit computer. When I tried to access it today, it wanted me to login. The login link goes to 188.8.131.52/etcetera which is obviously a private i.p. number on my router.
I need to be able to access my comp’s Moodle both inside and outside my lan (meaning, at home and at work).
The i.p. is currently occupied by another device. Or, at least, mylap can't find it.
How do I make Bitnami Moodle independent of its location? Is this a config.php change?
I posted the above on Bitnami's Moodle forum and was advised to see http://bitnami.org/article/how-to-install-and-make-public-any-bitnami-stack
But that doesn't make sense to me. If I'm at work and my router is at home, having a dyndns domain name isn't going to tell my laptop how to find itself when it's not behind the router.
So, is there some other approach that I'm missing?