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#27176 16-Oct-2008 16:13
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How to open port 80(http/web server) on  Dynalink rta230.

Have tried the following

 

Port Forwarding

Create the port forwarding rules to allow certain applications or server software to work on your computers if the Internet connection uses NAT.

 

Application Name

External Packet

Internal Host

Delete

Protocol

Port

IP Address

Port

http

TCP

80

192.168.1.10

80

 

 

Where by 192.168.1.10 is my server…

This is not working.

 

I am using this site : www.canyouseeme.org

To check if port 80 is open, then I get connection refused.

 

So how to I open this port to allow users to access my webserver..

Can any-one try to check if this website:www.canyouseeme.org give correct results

i.e if you got port 80 does it show as open

 

my setup is as follow

 

(WAN IP ADDRESS)router192.168.1.1======è 192.168.1.10Server


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  #171620 16-Oct-2008 18:31
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What happens if you access http://localhost off your PC (assuming your computer + server are the same thing).  Try turning off your firewall + antivirus and try that canyouseeme.org again.

Maybe try accessing 192.168.1.10 from another computer on your network, see if your website comes up then.

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  #171626 16-Oct-2008 18:50
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Also, make sure the software firewall on that server PC is configured to let port 80 inbound traffic.




 

 

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  #171830 17-Oct-2008 16:46
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Everything else is working fine inside the LAN.
i can see the server using another pc, problem is from the outside world.

How do you allow traffic(on a router) from outside to access a web server.

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