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comment Access webserver in a subnetwork
Your answer got me to think a bit and re-check everything. It is now working. Not exactly how you described, but helped. Thanks.
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comment Access webserver in a subnetwork
I can't do the first step. When I try to setup port forwarding on router #1 to 192.168.2.1 (now router #2 IP) router #1 says "The WAN HTTP port of CPE will be changed to 8080 if submit successfully" and then it does not submit, therefore, nothing changes. It seems I can only do this with IPs within router #1 network (e.g. 192.168.1.107, not 192.168.2.1).
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comment Access webserver in a subnetwork
I've fixed it and updated the question.
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better explanation
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