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Everyone's comments helped me put it all together and gave me a lot to read up on, thanks. I found a good solution that didn't involve doing anything to the router running NAT. This article described my problem and has a good solution, going in the same direction I think mc0e was suggesting. Here is the command I ran to get this routed: iptables -t nat -A ...
You need a route which directs the traffic to your local interface, and you may have a firewall issue. Add the output of netstat -an for routing. It's likely to be ipchains -L or iptables -L to list the firewall rules.
I will answer here since i cannot comment (yet). Since you tagged your post plesk, I assume you host your code using plesk which only uses your original root filesystem /. If you want to give an user access to /data you need to create a symlink in their home directory (somewhere here: /var/www/vhost/yourdomain.com/httpdocs). Try something like this: cd ...
The reverse PTR record is only of interest (potentially, depending on the policy of the receiving party) for outbound mail. The MX records, on the other hand, are specific to inbound mail and will not affect the scenario from the question. To avoid unnecessary complexity I think you may want to configure your MTA to only use one of the addresses. IP 1 may ...
The issue on the surface looks like you need to manually add DNS records into hosteurope main DNS. Plesk is a stand alone server admin and unless you slave your DNS (which is unlikely via Hosteurope) you need to add to your hosts DNS. This is the most common issue with hosted VPS/Containers running Plesk/cPanel, they are normally not slaved to hosting ...
You most probably have nginx enabled. That means that apache is not listening in port 80, but in port 7080 (I'm guessing you didn't change the default port). You can install lynx and access the right port: aptitude install lynx lynx http://localhost:7080/server-status
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