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Distribution: Fedora FC23, Raspbian, Ubuntu Precise via Chrome/Crouton
I see your problem is solved. I had the similar problem with a Linksys WRT54G router. I had it set up to forward port 80 to my apache server. This was working, but then it suddenly stopped working and whenever I tried to access the server, I would instead get redirected to the Linksys admin page.
My problem turned out to be that I had UPnP enabled in the router. I also had a new internet webcam that had UPnP enabled. It turned out the cam used UPnP to automatically reconfigure the router to have its port 8081 forwarded to it. However, the Linksys then began to ignore all its manual port forwarding setting. It could not handle a UPnP enabled device and do manual port forwarding. The cure was to disable UPnP on the router. Not sure if this is applicable to you, but it solved my problem.