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Re: [users@httpd] invisible server

Hi, thanks will try, 
Im in the Technicolor, and it seems that this one gets a WAN IP (i.e. I would assume the "public IP address" globally reachable)
but that one seems to be to the router/modem itself, which then in turn routes to the machines "behind" it (based on outgoing traffic I guess)

looking at "port forwarding" (under "WAN services") i get quite confused :) lots of options and strangeities

there is also a "Local network" main choice, where DHCP can be turned on/off, could it be that the local network goes away and DHCP is
sent up the net to rectrieve a "WAN IP" if I turn that one off.

tnx again

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>Ämne : Re: [users@httpd]  invisible server
>Op woensdag 31 oktober 2018 11:26:32 CET schreef georg.chambert@xxxxxxxxx:
>> Hi !
>>  I have run my apache server for several years (yeah I know I should take
>> time to upgrade to later version, anyways)
>>  I have hade an (slow) ADSL connectivity to swedish operator Telia, using an
>> Zyxtel modem, however that was burn by lightning so have now shifted to the
>> telia supplied Technicolor router/modem; however, then the server is no
>> longer visible to the network !
>What you need is to configure "port forwarding" in your router/modem, which 
>you can do by using your browser to connect to the modem/router. Probably a 
>menu like Advanced Settings.
>Freek de Kruijf
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