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Access server behind router with external ip (works well except from pc in same network) [duplicate]

Almost the same website problem as this post found server: Windows 2008 with IIS7 Router: Dlink DIR-615 Configured: Port 80 forwarded, ddns OK Shield Up: Port 80 test ok Online Browser: PC ...
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Open ports broken from internal network [duplicate]

Quick summary: Forwarded port works from the outside world, but from the internal network using the external IP the connection is refused. This is a simplified situation to make the explanation ...
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Can't access port 80 on public IP [duplicate]

I have an ubuntu box at a local IP behind an Arris router from my ISP. I've setup port forwarding on the router for port 80 such that it forwards TCP/UPD to the local IP of the ubuntu box. However, I ...
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How to access server using public ip when in the network itself? [duplicate]

I've asked this question and even searched around but didn't get a useful answer for me. Basically what im doing is i have a webserver on internal ip 192.168.0.100 port 80. So if im in the network it ...
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Can't access domain internally via public IP address [duplicate]

I have a dedicated server running Proxmox and a VM inside Proxmox running Debian 7 (Wheezy). As I only have one IP address, I'm using iptables to forward ports to the VM. My /etc/network/...
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How do I access my WAN IP internally according to my existing iptables port forwarding rules? [duplicate]

I have IPTABLES newly set up on my Debian Squeeze server and I have IP masquerading and port forwarding working successfully with it, however if I type into the URL bar my WAN IP or DynDNS hostname, I ...
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How can I DNAT a packet coming through a bridge back to its source with iptables? [duplicate]

I have a host1 that has a WAN interface eth0 (1.2.3.4) and a LAN interface eth1 (10.41.82.1). Inside the LAN is a host2 with the IP address 10.41.82.2. Incoming connections to 1.2.3.4:22 are ...
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Cisco static NAT not working on LAN side [duplicate]

I have a web server in my private network that has the ip address 192.168.1.134. I need to allow users to access this web server from both the internet and the private network. The public ip address ...
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Why can my servers not access their own addresses? [duplicate]

I have two VMs on CentOS 6.5, running Plesk 12, and the webserver is Apache 2.2. One is a clone of the other, and I inherited them setup by someone else. My problem is that I can access my sites ...
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Locally route traffic from DMZ-server to firewall's public IP address [duplicate]

I have an Ubuntu server that sits in a DMZ. The server has a private IP address (10.x.x.x) and the firewall has a public IP address. All network traffic from internet to the public IP is forwarded ...
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How to route mail server from both internet and intranet? [duplicate]

We have a mail server configured in Ubuntu 12.04 with postfix, dovecot and roundcube. It has two interfaces, one with real IP and one with private LAN IP. Incase of intranet we have branches and head ...
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Apache subdomain setup [duplicate]

I am using Apache 2.4, on Debian 9. I can access all my subdomains from my mobile phone. However on my local network, from separate clients (windows 8, Debian (not the server), and Mac OS 10.10), ...
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I can load an IIS hosted website via the Internet but not locally [duplicate]

I have just changed the bindings to use SSL for a website hosted in IIS on an AD Domain Controller. The new binding is IP: all unassigned - Hostname: site.domain.com - Port: 443 I can access this ...
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Access local server via WAN FQDN and Draytek router/firewall [duplicate]

I'm experiencing problems accessing a local server in my LAN via it's internet address. Let me explain. I have a local server, on IP 192.168.1.15, and it's serving http (port 80) (All my computers/...
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Cannot browse website from web server local network [duplicate]

I have an web server where I have hosted my domains. Also I am using the same network to my home. But I can not see my domains from the same network. I have to use different internet service to access ...

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