The router is connected through my fiber internet on fa0/1 using a public ip address. fa0/0 is connected directly to my server. I have setup ip nat to forward my public ip and when I type my public ip address in the URL bar I see Apache. All is good so far.
The issue i am having is getting outbound internet on my server. I think this has to do with adding a access-list.
1) I highly suggest you edit your post and remove the public IP address information
2) Make sure to configure DNS Client in your server. Are you able to ping 188.8.131.52 from the server? If so, internet from the server is working. It's not able to resolved names due to lack of DNS configuration..
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