I have a network that is laid out as such:
Basically, I have an IP Gateway that brings the connection in. From here I have two hardwired connections. The first runs to a wireless router, and the second runs to my personal computer.
Hardwired to the wireless router is a server offering up http and ssh accesss.
What I want is remote access from my computer to the server.
What I am getting is http access without ssh access.
The Gateway leases IPs of the 10.1.10.* variety and the router leases out 192.168.11.*.
That means my personal computer has an IP of 10.1.10.17, and the server has an IP of 192.168.11.13, and the router has an IP of 10.1.10.109.
The Gateway has no special configuration as per this interest. I assumed internal business like this would not require it since there is no need for access outside of the network itself.
The Router has Port Forwarding of port 80,8000,and 22 set to the 192.168.11.13 address.
There appears to be no firewall settings activated on the Gateway or the Router.
From my computer if I type http://192.168.11.13
I get my Apache2 server just fine, but when I try to ssh into the same IP I get a connection timed out error.
I want to resolve the ssh issue, but also what I am confused on is why http would work and ssh would fail.
Theoretically I thought I'd have to send my requests to the router's IP,10.1.10.109, and the router would forward me through to the necessary local IP,192.168.11.13, but instead I just send out the local IP and I get the server I want.
Hows am I missing...?
The gateway is : Comcast Business IP Gateways :: SMC8014
... the manual ... http://www.smc.com/index.cfm?event=d...rtNumber=false
The Router is : Buffalo Air Station NFiniti High Power Giga :: WZR-HP-G300NH
... the manual ... http://cdn.cloudfiles.mosso.com/c850...Manual_web.pdf