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Default How to use webservices created on remote machines?

I have created a webservice in asp.net 2.0 on my machine. If I want to access this webservice from some other remote machine, what do I do? This is what I have done uptil now:
1. Copied the wsdl file to the remote machine.
2. Created a proxy using Add Web Reference.
3. But it won't work because of this:

<soap12:address location="http://localhost:34254/SomeApp/WebService.asmx" />

How do I handle the port number issue in asp.net 2.0?


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