• Status: Solved
  • Priority: Medium
  • Security: Public
  • Views: 244
  • Last Modified:

lrmoore please read

Hey sorry for pointing you out but the help you have given me has worked and you seem to know alot about the router. I'm still having trouble with the web hosting. I setup the site on my machine just fine, followed the steps and everything. Now when i go to connect to it, says page cannot be displayed. I think its an issue with the router. Before you had told me to put in the ip http-server command. When i did that it would bring up a login box to log into the router. Then you told me to remove that and so i did. When i remove it i get the no page can be displayed error. I'm thinking maybe i got the login box because i am physically connected to the router so it may think i am trying to connect to it, and people that are trying to connect wont get that message because they are not connected as i am. I hope that made sence to you? But there is no way for me to try it because i only have one connection to the internet and the only other way is to use the connection at school, but i am suspended for fighting and wont be going back until friday :/ I'm only 17. Anyway, should i be able to connect to my own site if its on my network VIA the IP thats used for my router? I only have one IP: That ip is dynamically assigned from my ISP through my E0/0. Then i have my ip nat inside on the E0/1. And the ip scheme i used for that is with a subnet of Now the computer with the website running is ip I don't know what else to do, i posted in the web forum and got alot of problems from people and just don't need to deal with it right now... if you want email me and i will give you a telnet password and you can see whats going on in my router. alexanderthegreat85@cox.net
Leo Alexander
Leo Alexander
  • 7
  • 6
1 Solution

   All events and sessions on this device are LOGGED!
Unauthorized access is STRICTLY PROHIBITED!!!
   Violaters will be prosecuted.

User Access Verification

At least I know I can get there.

Have you acknowledged that you have read the member agreement again, so the moderators don't knock you off this site?

I can't give out my email address, or I will get hammered with help requests. This is what I do for a living and have to bill most clients at $200/hr...

If you want to post the pw here, all you have to do is change it later.
Leo AlexanderAuthor Commented:
Why would i get knocked off this site? I didn't post anything bad... the password is leosremoteaccess. But you can only use these commands:
 <1-99>           Session number to resume
 access-enable    Create a temporary Access-List entr
 access-profile   Apply user-profile to interface
 clear            Reset functions
 connect          Open a terminal connection
 disable          Turn off privileged commands
 disconnect       Disconnect an existing network conn
 enable           Turn on privileged commands
 exit             Exit from the EXEC
 help             Description of the interactive help
 lock             Lock the terminal
 login            Log in as a particular user
 logout           Exit from the EXEC
 mrinfo           Request neighbor and version inform
 mstat            Show statistics after multiple mult
 mtrace           Trace reverse multicast path from d
 name-connection  Name an existing network connection
 pad              Open a X.29 PAD connection
 ping             Send echo messages
 ppp              Start IETF Point-to-Point Protocol
 resume           Resume an active network connection
 rlogin           Open an rlogin connection
 show             Show running system information
 slip             Start Serial-line IP (SLIP)
 systat           Display information about terminal
 telnet           Open a telnet connection
 terminal         Set terminal line parameters
 traceroute       Trace route to destination
 tunnel           Open a tunnel connection
 udptn            Open an udptn connection
 where            List active connections
 x28              Become an X.28 PAD
 x3               Set X.3 parameters on PAD

for further access email me and i will give you the password... you dont have to give your address out i just dont want someone to see the password and go in and mess around and do something bad to my router :)

So email me and i will email you back with a pass (dont worry i wont nag you with emails asking how to do this and that, ill make sure to ask them through this site)
Are you sure your web site is listening on port 80?

Everything looks like it should be working just fine.

I'll email you tomorrow. Have to go make peace with the wife..

Technology Partners: We Want Your Opinion!

We value your feedback.

Take our survey and automatically be enter to win anyone of the following:
Yeti Cooler, Amazon eGift Card, and Movie eGift Card!

Leo AlexanderAuthor Commented:
lol thanks i appreciate it.
Sorry, If this can't help

If it's cisco

conf t
IP nat inside source static tcp 80 interface e0/0 overload.

wr mem

they should be ok


Does your web server have the right default gateway/subnet mask?

I still think it is something in the web server, not the config, except that it won't accept the "extendable" tag.
Leo AlexanderAuthor Commented:
Its strange, I configured the website properly. The only options i have for that is what port to use and the IP. I can either use any IP it finds, or specify an IP for it to use. When i try it on the computer running the site it works with the static IP ( I don't even have to type port :80 at the end. When i try the dynamic ip, it doesn't work. It's very weird. The only thing i can think of is that my ISP is somehow blocking port 80? Is that possible?

Also i did notice that 'extendable' command didn't work when you told me to add it in the configuration. The IOS is the newest one i believe so i don't know whats going on with that.

The only thing I can think of is formatting that PC and reinstalling the operating system so i know that the computer is fresh.

The webserver should have the right gateway/subnet, it does go online and do everything else...
You won't be able to get to the public IP from the inside. It's just the way nat works.
Can you get to it from another local PC by using the private IP?

Yes, the ISP can certainly block inbound port 80 - and often do. You're buying a home Internet connection and if you read all the fine print of the contract, I'll bet it says that you can't set up servers. The ISP's want a business-class fee for permitting "business" servers.
Leo AlexanderAuthor Commented:
Well what if i decide to run it on port 81? Will it work then? I would just have to change that command in the router to port 81, am i correct?

No, I have not tried from a different pc on the same network, i will try that when i get home. I am in school now.

I feel as though i will never be able to accomplish this..
Leo AlexanderAuthor Commented:
when i try to connect from another pc via private IP, it prompts me with a username and password. Now the question comes up with does this drive need to be shared?? And if so what users need to be added etc, etc. This shouldn't be so complicated!
Leo AlexanderAuthor Commented:
Ok i called my ISP and port 80 IS blocked!
"They do not allow webservers to be run on their network"

What do you want to do now?
Leo AlexanderAuthor Commented:
I need to know how to set it up so that it forwards and requests for port 80, to port 81... and if that will work?
Your server should still be listening on port 80. You can set the router to listen on a higher port, ie. 8080 and forward that to port 80 on the inside:

ip nat inside static tcp 80 interface eth 0/0 8080


Featured Post

Industry Leaders: We Want Your Opinion!

We value your feedback.

Take our survey and automatically be enter to win anyone of the following:
Yeti Cooler, Amazon eGift Card, and Movie eGift Card!

  • 7
  • 6
Tackle projects and never again get stuck behind a technical roadblock.
Join Now