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NAT Loopback stops working after a few days

I bought an Asus RT-AC68 and set it up as a DHCP (10.0.0.*) behind my FIOS Westell 9100em router (192.168.1.*). The FIOS Router is set to DMZ-mode, and points to the Asus RT-AC68. The FIOS router has ...
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TCP/UDP hole punching from and to the same NAT network

I was wondering if tcp/udp hole punching would still work when you are in the same network (behind a NAT), and what the packet's path would be. What happens when using hole punching on the same ...
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enabling loopback NAT

I have a Qwest Aciontec Q1000 modem/router combo, which does not support loopback. I run a webserver on the LAN, and when I'm on the LAN, I can only access it by its local IP 192.168.0.201. When I'm ...
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loopback error, home network

I've setup my router to forward port 80 through to my computer, so I can access it from a dyndns.org domain. The domain and the ip both seem to be totally working, externally (can access it from ...
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Accessing a website via the webservers public IP from a PC within the same LAN

If two machines reside on the same LAN (a PC and a Webserver) why is it necessary to enable ‘NAT loopback’ on the router in order for the PC to access the website hosted on the webserver using the ...