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  Reply # 1867360 16-Sep-2017 16:47
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Wait... are you saying, you simply can't browse to your own IP address from INSIDE your network?

 

More than likely this is a NAT loopback thing which depends on implantation on routers.

 

Exactly right, or using domain name. But I did no do any changes on my router so long ago so I even remember when last time I touched it. Where this NAT loopback? I can check my router, may be port forwarding, I use a lot of them

 

Most routers do not support this functionality.

 

 


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  Reply # 1867361 16-Sep-2017 16:52
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Have you checked the relevant firewall rules e.g. if the web server is hosted on a Windows box check whether the built in firewall has been set to private/public network as appropriate.

 




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  Reply # 1867368 16-Sep-2017 18:06
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The pings works fine from outside, sorry, wrong info.

No it's not windows server, it's synology control panel, video, audio, photos, etc.

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I am so confused right now...


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