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Sep
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comment Enabling access to a home server from “Internet” side
Okay, I just figured out that I configured the entire configuration set to the wrong interface... It does work now. Thanks!
Sep
24
comment Enabling access to a home server from “Internet” side
I can see it easily from the LAN side, using server:80. It's a linux ubuntu server edition. I installed apache 2 using apt-get. Do you have a clue if I should configure something in order to allow remote connections? (By the way, I should say that I even turned DMZ on, and it did not help.)
Sep
22
comment Enabling access to a home server from “Internet” side
There goes the weird part: I already forwarded port 10000 to server:80, and assigned a static address to my server. Moreover, I even tried to state that port 80 will be forwarded to port 80 in server, and the router noted me that in this case, it will listen from now on to port 8080 for its web service. I agreed. In neither case, however, the action succeeded - When I try accessing my router (either via 10.0.0.138, my dynamic IP, or even from an outside network using the dynamic IP) - I still receive RST in case of port 10000, or the web service UI in case of port 80.
Sep
22
comment Enabling access to a home server from “Internet” side
I'm not sure I made myself clear enough, so I edited my question. Anyway, I don't talk about my desktop in either case - we can discuss about it as an option to build a home HTTP server and make it accessible across the web (disregarding a static/dynamic address at the point).
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