I work in a software development company and I have fairly common request from my boss that I need to execute. Setup the company's svn server to be accessible from both the internal network and the internet. Here's what the network looks like and what I've done so far:
- Windows computers in local network all connected to a D-Link DIR615 router
- Router connected to the internet
- svn server installed on a computer in the local network
- port forward on the router to redirect traffic on svn port to svn server
Now the svn server is accessible from the internal network using the internal IP address and from the internet using the router's public IP (which is static). But the problem is that it's not accessible from the internal network using the public IP. Is there any way I can get around this issue?