I have a basic web server setup on a Linux computer, it's on a small
LAN network, with a cable/dsl router connecting the network to the
Everything seems to work fine, from what I can see, I can visit my IP
address (that my ISP gave me), from any of these systems here (on same
network), and it pulls up the test page just fine. The problem is,
nobody from the internet can visit the test page on the server, by
visiting the same address.
I have setup port forwarding on my router, so that port 80 will
automatically go to 192.168.1.50 (the Linux server IP on LAN network),
and I've also tried to set it up for the DMZ host, but that didn't
work either. If I turn off the port forwarding, or DMZ host, depending
on which one I'm using, I can't visit the test page from even these
I've turned off iptables, and also ipchains on the linux system, and
set it for no firewall, and nothing seems to make a difference.
Does anybody have any suggestions I could try?
Also, do you think it's my router, or my linux system that is causing