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Old 11-20-2012, 12:46 PM   #1
tmedtcom
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Talking redirect web server with no-ip and port forwarding in livebox


hello,
I want my linux apache web server is accessible from the Internet (WAN)
I installed and configured on the client application noip2 fedora when I ping my hostname it redirects me to my WAN ip is well done.
but no access to my apache web server.
what is missing from you:
Disabling / iptables firewall configuration or firewall of my sagem modem.
port forwarding on sagem modem (NAT).
or something else? tell me how to do any work?
 
Old 11-22-2012, 09:40 AM   #2
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Hi tmedtcom, Welcome to LQ. You'll need to forward port 80 on the router/modem to the internal ip address of the web server.

Good luck. ;-)
 
  


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