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Microsoft, Server 2003 Enterprise, SP 3, Installed behind a RRAS firewall

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I setup a Domain on a MS Server 2003 and put it behind NAT server running RRAS on windows 2003. I have installed IS and created a webpage that I can access locally using the IP but I cannot access it using the URL. I have a Public Domain name and have setup DNS to point the public to the public IP on the NAT server. I still have no internet access inbound>?
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You need to create a forwarding rule on your NAT box to forward inbound requests on port 80 to the IIS server.
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