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Sorry I dont know about UFW, i think it just interface to configure iptables (like shorewall).
In my opinion, better U uninstall UFW and use iptables only, to get you understand deeper about firewall, port forwarding, ip accounting, etc.
When you say "everything is working fine on ethernet", what do you mean? Is it that any machine on your local network can access apache, minecraft, etc?
Try to narrow the problem down. Start apache.
Verify connection on local machine. In a browser: http://localhost/ should give you apache's default page. If not, apache is not working.
Now try remote connections on the same network. Try from a different machine on your network. http://your_servers_ip_address/ If this works (apache servers up default page), then ufw/iptables is working correctly, in which case the problem is most likely to be with port forwarding on your router.
My gut feel from your iptables' output is that iptables is fine, and the problem is at your router and not your server.
I can confirm that the program's on the server are running like they should.
so portforward should be the problem then.
I did portfoward the following ports: http://screencast.com/t/h1lo2bcmm
(the ip is the right one )
it show's up when i startup, and in the dropdown is it the same. and I reserved it for that mac adress.
I know, thanks for that, but I prefer understanding what I did wrong, so I don't do it another time
Tracing route toFRIEND_HIS_IP.access.telenet.be [FRIEND_HIS_IP]
over a maximum of 30 hops:
1 3 ms 1 ms 1 ms vigor.lan [192.168.1.1]
2 4 ms 2 ms 2 ms 192.168.0.1
3 8 ms 8 ms 7 ms FRIEND_HIS_IP.access.telenet.be[FRIEND_HIS_IP]
4 * * 11 ms dD5E0C0E1.access.telenet.be [220.127.116.11]
5 12 ms 12 ms 40 ms dD5E0C0E6.acc