Hello all, I am trying to host a server accessible from the internet on port 80. I have Static IP and dns setup pointing to my router, and NAT inside the router creating a static NAT route to LAN computer. I can access the LAN machine from inside the network by IP, but I can't access it all from the internet. Please help. I'll supply detailed config info if necessary
Thank you for your replies, I have tried as you suggested but it is still not working properly. I'm getting out from the server here, but I can not access the server at all from the outside :-(. Public IP only goes nowhere because that would be the cisco itself and I have http server disabled. I'm thinking about tearing the router down and redoing it from a basic setup, only add the ip nat inside and outside to the interfaces and then create ip nat inside source static tcp 192.168.1.11 80 int fa0/1 80, as well as the other necessary ports to forward (SMTP, IMAP, SSL, LDAP, etc.) If this works I'll let you know, if this doesn't I'll let you know. I'm getting frustrated, it must be some simple setting or syntax error that I am confusing.
Thanks for all your help. I cleared the router and redid it, adding the ACL for my internal LAN and then a static nat for the mailserver to go out. Thanks again for all your help, everythng works now. Next issue is how to setup a VPN on the cisco. If anyone has an comments, I'd like to hear them.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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