JohnNightwolf wrote:No man you need to use the wan ip not the lan ip
your router will not let an out side line to your lan ip
alucard01 wrote:1. Check if ISP block port 80 (Actually it is in Hong Kong).
1. Check if ISP block port 80 (Actually it is in Hong Kong)
1.1 if yes, change your port.
2. Configure your router to forward incoming traffic to your port available
3. Configure your network card to accept traffic from your specific port
4. Check if your configuration of Apache is correct (i.e. you have already configure your <virtualHost *:[port number]> in httpd.conf and Listen [port number])
5. Outsider will then enter your site by ip:port, e.g. 126.96.36.199:8085, if ip is 188.8.131.52 and port number is 8085
It should be fine. And if you have no-ip or dyndns.org DNS resolution, configuration is similar...
What funny though is that when i type //WAN IP in the browsers of the lan network where my webserver is connected.. nothing appears
That's a normal behaviour.
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