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November 24, 2010 9:35:42 AM

hi..

I want to setup Apache(windows) to be used with DynDNS.org host-name with ADSL router ( PROLiNK H5301G) connection.


- dyndns host name = eliteweb.dyndns.org

- dynDNS.org updater is installed

- Private IP (of web server) in my LAN = 192.168.1.55 / 255.255.255.0

- Apache is Listening to port 80 ( web site works for http://localhost , http://192.168.1.55 )

Its not working from outside networks :-(


port forwarding ??
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My ADSL router doesn't have a virtual server config page

It has port forwarding :
(Select Local IP Address Protocol Local Port Comment Enable Global IP Address /Itf Public Port)
192.168.1.55 tcp 80-80 --- Enable pppoe7 80-80



ACL Configuration
You can specify what services are accessable form LAN or WAN parts.
Entries in this ACL table are used to permit certain types of data packets from your local network or Internet network to the Gateway.
Using of such access control can be helpful in securing or restricting the Gateway managment.
Its not letting me to set port 80 for web services


DMZ
A Demilitarized Zone is used to provide Internet services without sacrificing unauthorized access to its local private network. Typically, the DMZ host contains devices accessible to Internet traffic, such as Web (HTTP ) servers, FTP servers, SMTP (e-mail) servers and DNS servers.

DMZ Host IP Address: 192.168.1.55 (Enabled)


please help me how to configure port forwarding ( public,private ports,DMZ ,NAT port)

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November 24, 2010 5:03:27 PM

all you should be needing to use is port forwarding.

enable IP Forwarding and click Apply Changes, Protocol should be Both, Comment name it Web Server, enter Local IP Address and Port 80 in both fields, leave the Remote IP Address empty and enter Port 80 in both fields, Interface leave Any, and click Add.

http://download.prolink2u.com/web/pub/doc/UM_H5301G.v1....
November 25, 2010 7:13:50 AM

Emerald said:
all you should be needing to use is port forwarding.

enable IP Forwarding and click Apply Changes, Protocol should be Both, Comment name it Web Server, enter Local IP Address and Port 80 in both fields, leave the Remote IP Address empty and enter Port 80 in both fields, Interface leave Any, and click Add.

http://download.prolink2u.com/web/pub/doc/UM_H5301G.v1....



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1) DMZ is set to = 192.168.1.55

2) Portt forwared to =
Local IP Address Protocol Local Port Comment Enable Global IP Address /Itf Public Port
192.168.1.55 Both 80-80 Web Server pppoe7 80-80

3) ACL Config to =
Direction IP Address/Interface Service Port Action
WAN pppoe7 ping --
WAN pppoe7 web 80
WAN 192.168.1.55 web 80

4) 192.168.1.55 c:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\etc\host file =

192.168.1.55 eliteweb.dyndns.org

5) Server PC is open port 80 - I check using PFPortChecker software


web site can be view on the 192.168.1.55 machine when i browse http://eliteweb.dyndns.org
but when I browse it from other PCs in the LAN It directs to the ADSL web login page

Now how can I solve this pls
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November 25, 2010 2:05:45 PM

have a friend test the URL from a computer outside you network. From what I understand you will not be able to reach the server from the inside.

It would be the same than going from one room of your house to another by going through the front door and coming back in. The router will not let you go through the front door to come back in to access the server.

Putting the server into the DMZ will put the server straight on the internet without the protection of the router. If you have the server in the DMZ you don't need the port forwarding and better have a real good software firewall on the server.

I would take the server out of the DMZ and use Port Forwarding.

Also I am not sure what the ACL setting is for and how it is effecting you routing.
December 15, 2010 2:13:14 AM

Thankx alot Emerald!! its working :)  :) 
!