I have a new Comcast Business Gateway that just replaced my old, perfectly-functional residential modem. I noticed the router I had only had a 10/100 ethernet WAN port but I have a 100mbit connection, so I took the router off and my speeds jumped from about 85 to 107 mbits.
The modem/gateway has a router and firewall built in. I took the port forwarding rules from the old router and applied them in the new gateway.
Now I have people telling me they can get to my websites, which means the port forwarding is working externally; however, when I browse to any of the URLs, I get "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" or "Oops! Google Chrome could not connect to". The browsers do not report any HTTP status code.
- My IIS is configured to listen on all IPs, so local traffic should be served.
- When I run a tracert to my public IP or domain, or to the web server's local IP, all come back within one hop.
- I have not changed any configuration on the webserver.
- I do not have any firewall rules that prevent (1) outgoing local traffic from my test machine, (2) incoming local traffic on the webserver, or (3) port 80 traffic through the router.
- I tried putting the webserver in the DMZ to no avail.
- The old modem was a Cisco DPC-3000. The old router was a D-Link GamersLounge DGL-4100. The new modem/gateway is an SMC SMCD3G.
What must I do to re-enable the local traffic?