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Apache access through Billion BiGuard S10

Hi Experts -

I am trying to access page that is hosted on a company server.
This page is available within the domain, but only via internal IP address / name. (ie: htp://192.168.20.103:80 \ http://servername)

the external IP address does not point to the page either from within the domain (understandable) nor from outside the domain (understandable - if no ports have been forwarded).

So I used the router (biGuard S10) config page to forward the HTTP & HTTPS Services to 192.168..20.103.

Still no luck. Not an application-level firewall issue, as same result if active or disabled.

Please help!

Thanks
-R
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Commented:
Are you sure the A record for your website points to the external IP of your router?

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Commented:
Are you sure the A record for your website points to the external IP of your router?

Positive.
As mentioned, I can't even reach it via the external IP address itself, anyway..
Problem solved -
Cisco 857W router behind it had all inbound ports closed.

did a simple
ip nat inside source static tcp ip.add.re.ss 80 interface Dialer0 80.

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Commented:
self solved issue - question close requested.

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