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WRVS4400N - Access to my own external adress

Hi,

installed my WRVS4400N, everything runs well, with one exception.

WRVS4400Nv2 is (at the moment) only used as normal Wifi Router,

it's running with latest Firmware in Gataway mode, the Wan Port is connected to the ADSL Router provided from ISP.

Connected to the WRVS4400Nv2 is also a Synology NAS with Mailstation, the Builtin Firewall is disabled.

+ Accessing the NAS from the LAN using the internal Name or IP is working.

+ Accessing the NAS from a external IP using the external DNS Name or IP is also working as expected, port forwarding is in place.

- Accessing the NAS from LAN using the external DNS Name or IP is not working, the connection is blocked somewhere with the message:

Forbidden

You don't have permission to access this file on this server.

Cheyenne/2.2.8 Server at localhost Port 80

On WRVS4400Nv2 the Firewall, IPS, Wireless Isolation, ACL etc is disabled.

Any ideas what needs to be configured in order this is working?

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