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comment DD-WRT, forwarding TCP port 80 for http doesn't work from WAN?
@BrianHasden: Thanks, I haven't checked on this thread in a while; next chance I get I'll try it out and if it works give him the answer.
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comment DD-WRT, forwarding TCP port 80 for http doesn't work from WAN?
@MattiasAhnberg: Yes, same result.
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comment DD-WRT, forwarding TCP port 80 for http doesn't work from WAN?
No luck, I still get the connection timeout.
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comment DD-WRT, forwarding TCP port 80 for http doesn't work from WAN?
I tried to find the earliest build possible for the NH2 by someone named BrainSlayer (a senior user on the DD-WRT support forum), posted here: dd-wrt.com/others/eko/BrainSlayer-V24-preSP2 I tried downgrading to the earliest build of his firmware I could find that supports the NH2 (16994, located here: dd-wrt.com/others/eko/BrainSlayer-V24-preSP2/2011/…), but once again the server timeout occurs.
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comment DD-WRT, forwarding TCP port 80 for http doesn't work from WAN?
I tried downgrading the firmware to build 14896, which according to the DD-WRT database is compatible with the Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH, however, my router is actually the Buffalo WZR-HR-G300NH 2. Nevertheless, the GUI allowed me to downgrade to the G300NH build 14896 firmware, whereupon my router bricked. I then updated to the previous firmware specifically for the WZR-HR-G300NH2 via TFTP and my router came back to life, with the same server timeout problem when trying to access my web server externally, unfortunately.
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comment DD-WRT, forwarding TCP port 80 for http doesn't work from WAN?
@MattiasAhnberg: Can you tell me what syntax to verify the outgoing SNAT you mention? I checked and my webserver does have a default route referencing my router as the gateway (Network Destination 0.0.0.0, Netmask 0.0.0.0, Gateway 192.168.2.1 [my router], Interface 192.168.2.97 [my webserver local IP]). However, if you meant the "internal webserver" for DD-WRT on the router itself, see above.
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comment DD-WRT, forwarding TCP port 80 for http doesn't work from WAN?
I'd already applied a workaround recommended by one of the DD-WRT users to get around the NAT loopback issue, this solved the problem of not being able to browse to the web server from within my LAN, but the inability to browse from an external address still remains. I guess at this point I may go ahead and try downgrading to an earlier build as you recommend.
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comment DD-WRT, forwarding TCP port 80 for http doesn't work from WAN?
Here's the build info: DD-WRT v24-sp2 (12/12/11) std - build 18000
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comment DD-WRT, forwarding TCP port 80 for http doesn't work from WAN?
@MattiasAhnberg: Ok, applied the command successfully, but got the same connection timeout when trying to browse remotely from my office laptop.
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comment DD-WRT, forwarding TCP port 80 for http doesn't work from WAN?
I removed the entry I had under Port Triggering, no change; from my external setup the connection still times out.
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comment DD-WRT, forwarding TCP port 80 for http doesn't work from WAN?
@MattiasAhnberg: I added the nat table output.
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comment DD-WRT, forwarding TCP port 80 for http doesn't work from WAN?
@MattiasAhnberg: I tried forwarding port 8080 instead, no luck. Also can you tell me the syntax to use to obtain the prerouting section?