I have a 1720 running NAT and doing some port forwarding to a server for web and ssh requests. If I try to access my server on an internal machine (192.168.1.*) by going to the external IP of the router (216.155.*.*) I get a "connection refused". If I try to connect from an internal machine to the internal IP of the router (192.168.1.254) I can get in fine. If I try to access the router from another location, say home, I can get to it just fine. Is there a setting I am missing to allow my internal IPs to see the external IP of the router?
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