I couldn't find a more decent title, I just can't explain it better.
This is the situation:
Cisco 2800 with WIC card,
ATM (ADSL) --> Dialer interface --> NAT with overload and Port Mapping --> Local ethernet
I mapped port 80, DNS is fine, but I can't access the resource from the local network.
I try accessing mydns.info from the local network, nothing works. If I try accessing it from the internet all is fine.
DNS resolves fine, but packets as I see son't exit from the router. a traceroute gives me this:
traceroute to 82.61.hey.253 (82.61.hey.253), 64 hops max, 52 byte packets
1 192.168.0.120 (192.168.0.120) 1.886 ms * 2.338 ms
Is there a way to force the router to exit the network and ignore the routing table's entry? I need to access my resources using the external IP, so I can check if everything is working.