Outside world can't see web-server?



  • Hello all, still noobing here :)
    I am trying to setup a test web-server but no one outside my lan can see it, i ping the domain lcpps.zapto.org works an works in my web browser but i am on the same network so yeah i can see why it is working for me! However when i go to my friends house and try all i get is 100% lost on ping the domain times out in web browser. What am i missing or not doing here?

    NO-IP side
    Type: DNS Host (A)
    IP: 76.184.30.120 Last Update: 2013-04-14 11:34:10 PDT
    –----------------------------------
    PF side
    –NAT--
    Disabled: NO
    No RDR (NOT): NO
    Interface: wan
    Protocol: TCP/UDP
    Source: n/a
    Destination: WAN address
    Destination port range: HTTP from - to
    Redirect target IP: 10.0.1.116
    Redirect target port: 80
    No XMLRPC Sync: NO
    NAT reflection: enable
    Filter rule association: NONE

    –Dynamic DNS client--
    Disable: NO
    Service type: no-ip
    Hostname: lcpps.zapto.org
    MX: lcoos.yep.local
    Wildcards: NO
    Username: I bet you would like to know lol
    Password: ^same
    –---------------------------------
    SERVER side
    IP: 10.0.1.116
    Port: 80 / 8080 OPEN
    Firewall: on
    –--------------------------------



  • 1. Does the host name resolve to the correct IP address at your friend's house?

    2. Does the access from your friends house actually reach the pfSense box? (Packet capture can help here.) Is the access attempt logged in the pfSense firewall log?



  • @wallabybob:

    1. Does the host name resolve to the correct IP address at your friend's house?

    2. Does the access from your friends house actually reach the pfSense box? (Packet capture can help here.) Is the access attempt logged in the pfSense firewall log?

    1. Yes when pinged it resolve to 76.184.30.120

    2. I have remote access off for pfSense but i will go test and see if i can, i will right now (Hold on for edit).
    EDIT: No i could not access my pfSense box from remote so i am working on doing that.
    do you think if i VPN out over my internet on my laptop it will work as if i am not on my network? (Idk how vpn's fully work!)

    Thanks for the reply and sorry it took me so long to get back to you.



  • When you created your NAT port forward, you selected "Filter rule association: NONE", which means no firewall rule was created.  You will need to create one.

    Or re-do the NAT and let the wizard create it for you.



  • @marvosa:

    When you created your NAT port forward, you selected "Filter rule association: NONE", which means no firewall rule was created.  You will need to create one.

    Or re-do the NAT and let the wizard create it for you.

    sorry it took me so long to post back to this topic but i have new setting's on a new install as a vm hooked up to my home network.
    i did what you said to Mavosa by removing and making a new one here is screen shot and still can see it



  • @Fmslick:

    Hello all, still noobing here :)
    I am trying to setup a test web-server but no one outside my lan can see it, i ping the domain lcpps.zapto.org works an works in my web browser but i am on the same network so yeah i can see why it is working for me! However when i go to my friends house and try all i get is 100% lost on ping the domain times out in web browser. What am i missing or not doing here?

    My friend i was in the same problem when I test it up .but Now its work properly but port forwarding reduce the burden for that ,here is my screen shot



  • still getting connect timed out!?!



  • @Fmslick:

    still getting connect timed out!?!

    You have discussed two different configurations in this topic. Which configuration has the problem?


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