I'm almost embarrassed to ask this as it's a very basic question that I SHOULD know the answer to. But for some reason... I can't make it work!
I have a device on the internal network with an IP of 192.168.100.230
It's accessible via the LAN.
I don't have an STATIC IP, but here's the current IP:
To get around NOT having static IP, I'm using No-IP:
Requests come in on port 80.
I have a Linksys router.
I've loaded DD-WRT firmware on it for maximum control.
I've configured Port Forwarding ounder NAT / QoS as such:
Port From: 80
IP Address: 192.168.100.230
Port To: 80
I've turned OFF the SPI firewall under he security tab.
There are NO OTHER routers/firewalls in this mix.
I CAN see the URL / Public IP from WITHIN the network.
I can NOT see it from outside of the network.
I CAN ping the URL (and have it return the proper IP) as WELL AS ping the IP itself.
I think it has something to do with NAT / port 80. But I'm not sure how to get around it...
I've tried forwarding from a port like 5580 to port 80 -- but no luck there either.
I look forward to you pointing out my stupidity!