Dear friends I have 2 server behind the netgear router on my network . win2k3 and CentOS development server, I have port forarded 80 to win2k3 server which i can access over the interne... [by linux1880]
on 08/01/2009 – Made popular on 08/01/2009
I currently replaced my old Belkin router with a Netgear Prosafe VPN Firewall FVS318v3. I have it also hooked up to a 24 port switch. I am running a file server on my network. Before I replaced it, everything was working. I was able to SSH into my server from an external network as well as use the web to access my files from apache2. I have SSH and Apache2 running.
My ISP has blocked port 80, and I'm trying to figure out alternate ways for people to connect to my site. I've setup my webserver so it listens to port 8080, and have it forward all requests to my router from that port to my server.
I have a ArchLinux+ZFS system. I am wanting to create a server out of it, it is behind a router with NAT. Internal IP is 192.168.1.9. I set up port forwarding for SSH for port 22 to go to that server. I have even installed ufw, and set it to allow connections to port 22. I keep getting connection refused.
I'm trying to set up a home web server inside a Virtual Machine. Both the host machine and VM server are set up to have static IP addresses. The VM has both a bridged adapter set up so it can be identified by its own IP address and a NAT adapter with port 80 forwarded from the host machine to the guest OS.
I've looked on the internet regarding port forwarding. I've successfully fowarded port 8069 to my server's ip address.
I can access openERP when I'm connected to the network of my office but not when I'm outside my office's network. What am I missing?
my computer's ip address starts with 192...