I'm having an issue getting one of my application servers (which is a web server) exposed properly to the outside world. I noticed LMCE 710 already has some rules for 80 and 8080, and I'm wondering if that's what's screwing this up.
Basically my network looks like this:
Internet <---> Wi-Fi / Phone System External Network (XXX.XXX.3 subnet router) <---> LMCE Internal Network (XXX.XXX.80 subnet) <---> Web Server (XXX.XXX.80.249 should be port 80).
The router is already setup and configured to my dyndns hostname. If I ping it, it returns the correct IP address of the router.
I've attempted to setup port forwarding on 80 at both the External Network router and LMCE internal network firewall rules, however, I can't seem to work around it.
I've also attempted port re-directs, and have tried to access the webserver via IE on a specific port (5050) that re-routes it to 80 at the webserver end... this also doesn't work.
The only place I can access the web page from currently is from either the server, or a PC on the internal network.