I set up a web server on a Raspberry Pi (running a Debian package) and everything that I need is set up, and I've uploaded my website via FileZilla. Now I can connect to the server via the static IP address within my local network, but when testing it via just ping, I get the message "Packet lost (100%)".
I've done some research and tried a full power cycle on my router, and I still get this message. I am fairly new to web hosting and don't know much about it, but how do I get rid of this 100% packet loss?
I've set up my Domain name with dot.tk and the domain (if you want to test it) is
http://www.miworldmc.tk . I've set it up with the DNS so that it points to my IP address.
And also, I asked a question on Yahoo Answers and I was told to port forward my local IP and use TCP/80. Is this the right configuration? Is this why I'm getting 100% packet loss?
If not, someone please tell me what to do! Thankyou so much if you help!