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Thread: WAN Webserver on port 80

  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by kdudl
    I had the same problem initially. My solution was to create an item in the virtual server list (WL500g web page > NAT Settings > Virtual server)
    with:
    Port range: 80
    Local IP: the local (LAN side) IP address of your ASUS (f.i. 192.168.1.1)
    Local port: the internal port you defined for the web server, f.i. 81
    Protocol: TCP

    It works for me. Try it ! No risk...
    For me this works only if I disable the firewall and then not all my unused ports are stelth. Anyone with the same problem?

    As a workaround for the missing firewall I created this Virtual Server List:


    Port Range Local IP Local Port Protocol
    1:20 192.168.1.200 1 BOTH
    22:79 192.168.1.200 1 BOTH
    81:65535 192.168.1.200 1 TCP
    80 192.168.1.1 8080 TCP
    16384:16482 192.168.1.100 UDP


    Yes my busybox_httpd WEB-server is on port 8080. 192.168.1.200 do not exist on my lan so from the WAN the ports is stelth. 192.168.1.100 is my Sipura (VoIP box).

    Is this solution OK?

    PS I was not able to make the "post-firewall" approach working.

  2. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by FIB
    PS I was not able to make the "post-firewall" approach working.
    Have you given execute rights to the post-firewall file (chmod +x post-firewall) ?

    Does the text of the post-firewall file begin with #!/bin/sh ? (is necessary!)

  3. #33
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    Quote Originally Posted by kdudl
    Have you given execute rights to the post-firewall file (chmod +x post-firewall) ?

    Does the text of the post-firewall file begin with #!/bin/sh ? (is necessary!)
    Yes and yes. At the end I managed to be unable communicate with the router if I attached the WAN cable!?! So I more or less gave up the post-firewall approach. Then I tried the GUI approach.

  4. #34
    i have a pb with the Web server on WAN.
    on LAN, it works, but from Internet, i dan't have access to the Web page

    i have the same pb with telnet, i can access from LAN, but not from WAN, and i have open ports on VIRTUAL NAT

  5. #35
    I've resolved my pb with the Web Seerveur : i've forgotten a line in post-firewall !

    but, i've always the pb with the telnet access from WAN

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