I'm a total noob about TCP/IP, and try to set a port forwarding rule.
What I'm trying to do is this:
- I have multiple computers connected to my router (zyxel p-660hw-t1 v2), one of them is working as Ubuntu Server
- I want to connect that Ubuntu Server by entering my public IP, and a specific port. So I want to type 88.225.my.ip:26600 (is it safe?) and get served the apache homepage
- It has apache installed, and working, when I type 192.168.1.35 from my home network. So I guess it's local IP is 192.168.1.35.
Now, I'm trying to forward port 26600 to 192.168.1.35.
These are my modem settings page. (They are in Turkish, couldn't figure out how to display in English, but you will recognize the keywords, and I'll try to explain)
1st: NAT -> Port Forwarding page :
2nd: Firewall -> General
The unchecked box means "Active Firewall". So the other rules are not applying anyways, right?
3rd: Firewall -> Rules
Activated uPnP, But I deactivated it now, it doesn't work either way..
4th: Advanced -> UpnP -> General
Can you please tell me what am I doing wrong?
And I would really appreciate it if you explain your answer, to a noob :)
Or how can I identify what the problem is?