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Since I solved my original problem and no one answered my question, I'm going to answer it. The problem turned out to be an outdated firmware in my router (TP-Link TL-WR841N) that did not have the option to set an internal port in its port forwarding configuration page. A newer release does have this option though, so a simple firmware update enabled me to ...
Going by your 3 offered choices, B is the best (IMO), as it keeps the server on a perimeter network, and the internal router firewalls your internal business network from the perimeter network (so that the server can't access the business network), while using the least equipment. The "real" answer (again, IMO): Get a router that supports a proper ...
When connecting via FTP, you're accessing the public_ftp folder. When viewing over HTTP (in the web browser), you're reading from the public_html folder. NOTE: The public_html and www often point to the same folder with a symlink.
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