I wish to enable remote access to my linux home server, so I can use it when I'm not home.
I tried doing so using port forwarding as follows:
http://<RouterInternetIP>:<SomePort> => http://10.0.0.1:80
but when I try accessing it remotely, I get RSTs (Unable to connect).
What is the best way to configure such rule?
Just to make myself clear. I don't care about security at the moment - I'll deal with it later. Neither do I care about a static DNS address with which I would be able to access my host dynamically - I'm keeping this to a later stage as well.
All I wish to do, at the moment, is to VIEW my home server's apache page, as I can see it from my desktop - just from the internet (assuming I already know its current IP address). I want to be able to write
http://126.96.36.199:10000, where 188.8.131.52 is my current address and 10000 is forwarded to 80, and watch the apache page, which is already accessed from within my LAN using