Your question is not clear to me. When you say:" enable access to web servers and other things from the lan using the WAN IP" I am not clear whether the lan you refer to is the lan where the servers exist (in which case the communication would be direct and not involve the router) or whether the lan is remote somewhere. And if it is remote where is it?
It is also not clear what part the WAN IP plays in this.
You have not told us anything about the addressing being used (which could be part of the problem), you have not told us whether there is any access list filtering on either the interface where the servers are located or the WAN interface (which could certainly be part of the problem), or it could be a problem with routing (do the devices attempting to access the servers have correct routes to reach the servers or do the servers have routes to those devices so that responses can be returned), or it could possibly be a problem with Address Translation (which could also be part of the problem).
So if you can provide information to clarify the situation we might be able to give you better answers.
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