Um, well, the address seems to work for me so far. You could add a
reference in your local computer's hosts or whatever file referring to
the proper ip address.
Does typing in the local IP address work?
I run my slash sites from behind a firewall, and it works fine. Though
mine's run through a Linksys firewall/router.
Don Seiler wrote:
>I guess I should clarify that "my attempts" are from inside the firewall.
>So the problem is that the router is not port forwarding traffic
>originating within the firewall.
>On Fri, 22 Mar 2002, Don Seiler wrote:
>>I know this is offtopic but I thought you guys could help.
>>I moved my slash server behind my linux router/firewall at home. I
>>thought I had set up the port forwarding with this line in iptables:
>>iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp --dport 80 -i ppp0 -j DNAT --to 172.16.0.3:80
>>172.16.0.3 is my slash server, needless to say. From what I can gather,
>>web traffic to http://seiler.manitowoc.wi.us is indeed being forwarded to
>>the webserver when requests are coming from the outside. However, my
>>attempts to go to that address result in no forwarding, I hit the http
>>server of the router box.
>>When I leave out the "-i ppp0" from the iptables command, then I can't
>>browse any webpages at all.
>>Do you guys have any ideas?
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