Possible Problem 1:
Some routers will not forward port 80 (when accessing from outside your LAN) but use it to access the router's setup over the internet. If you didn't activate this option (to access the router from the internet) you might get no connection at all. To test this you can try to set your web server to a different port and set up a new port forward to this port. Please don't use port 443 or 8443 either.
Possible Problem 2:
You might be behind a carrier-grade NAT which will prevent you from accessing your web server over the internet (outside your LAN).
You can check this yourself by testing if your router's WAN IP matches your public IP. To do this you can use a website e.g. whatsmyip.com to find your public IP address. Your router's WAN IP will be shown within your router setup. If they don't match you are behind a carrier-grade NAT. If so, you might be able to access your server via IPv6, that is assuming you get one assigned by your ISP and your router supports it.
If IPv6 does not work and you still want a public IP, several workarounds exist. Easiest would be to ask your ISP to provide you with a public IP. Or you can use a VPN service or proxy that provides you with a public IP (or use a remote tool):
If you don't have a public IP address you will need to use a proxy or
a VPN service (e.g. use AirVPN and setup a port forward). There is no way around that for
"direct access" over the internet if you are on CGN. If you don't need "direct access"
you could login into a local machine on your network via a remote tool
(e.g. Anydesk) and access your Server from there.
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