What do you mean by "...from outside gives a 404 return." Are you trying to access the WAP200 from a remote location such as your home or a hotel or are you trying to access it from outside of the building via wireless?
If you are trying to access it from a remote location, what ports are you forwarding? Do you have Web HTTPS Access enabled? Are you contacting the device from the public ip address or through a VPN connection?
What do you think of the following, it's worth a check..
First thing i thought of was, ok mrssec323 seems to know how to do a port forward from his WAN to LAN hosts from his RVS4000, because he commented "All nodes can be managed in the LAN as well as from outside."
But he mentions he statically defines the IP addresses of Hosts on the LAN. I am wondering if it is as;
1. something simple as having the wrong default gateway address programmed in on the WAP200 ?
I see that the port forwarded for the WAP200 is 3004-tcp. Is 3004 the internal and external port forwarded to the WAP200? If so, then you may want to try using 3004 for the external port and 80 for the internal port.
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