I suppose web server's IP address is 192.168.0.5. I think the problem is that when you try to access web server from the inside you use Ethernet1 as destination IP address, port 80. If this is right, NAT won't work so you're not trying to go outside. In fact, you actually are trying to access the router via web. If web configuration of the router is disabled you'll get connection refused.
So, from the inside, try to access to http://192.168.0.5. If you can reach the web server, then the problem is that one commented above. So you'll have to use that IP address to access from the inside.
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