Unable to access my local server from outside the domain
I would really appreciate it if you could help me with this.
Im setting up an internal mail server using Zimbra server 8.0.3 and i want people from outside the domain to be able to access this server which is located locally.
I have a public ip provided by my ISP and i have assigned that IP to one port of the router(Where the link from the ISP comes in) and this server is located behind that Cisco Router with a public IP 192.168.xxx.xxx.
In that router i performed Nat Port Forwarding as seen below so that mail requests from outside will be forwarded to that server.
After that i change MX and A records of my internet domain mail.example.co.tz to point to that public ip 41.59.xx.xx so that any one accessing that link will be redirected to the public ip and then port forwarded to the mail server.
So here comes the problem...after all that when i access mail.example.co.tz opn a web browser it says Unable To connect.
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