This document is a "how-to" manual to enable an experienced embedded systems programmer with a conceptual understanding of what an embedded web server does, to port the InterNiche Internet Services to his embedded system. The porting process can take as little as a few hours depending on which of the required resources your system already has and the complexity of your HTML pages. When you finish, your system will be able to serve HTML text files, forms, graphics, and all the other features of the World-Wide-Web. Some HTML knowledge is needed, but everything you need to know about HTTP to port the server is in this document. If you have no previous experience with HTML, getting a good book on it and writing a few practice web pages is suggested.