My "test server" was the web page from a cheap dlink router. The dumb part was setting the "server IP" on the LAN side instead of the WAN side.
I could access the web page from the local subnet but not through the router. I had just done a wireshark capture at the server and was puzzling over why the server was issuing an unanswered arp request when I spotted your post.
You get full credit for asking about the default gateway first thing :)
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