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Setup Web server using Static Ip


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#1 urgenthelp

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Posted 27 July 2016 - 04:17 AM

Hi,

 

I am using an old Dell laptop on which i have installed Windows server 2008 r2 and recently brought a static ip from my ISP. My ISP had setup the static ip on the modem which is a d-link and my modem is connected to the Linksys router wrtg54 which gives is DHCP enabled and my ip for the router is 192.168.192.1 and right now my server laptop i am using through wifi.

 

I had installed IIS on it and successfully configured FTP on it and i can access ftp internally but not externally through public ip.

 

I have given 192.168.192.103 static ip on my server and forwarded port from modem to router and even from firewall inbound setting.

 

I had also tried DMZ setting from my modem as well router it still dont work.

 

Completely closed firewall on my server

 

Checked with the ISP if port are closed or open they confirmed ports are opened.

 

My main concern is that

 

"I cant access my ftp outside my network" it ask for login credentials which i havent setup on my modem or on my router. 

 

I am stuck on this from last few days i would really appreciate if someone can help me with this.



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#2 rabz

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Posted 27 July 2016 - 10:13 AM

Hello, check your port on http://www.canyouseeme.org/. When open, check your setting on router. Have you forward right port ? Check this http://www.mdjnet.dk/ftp.html



#3 urgenthelp

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Posted 10 August 2016 - 04:12 AM

Hello, check your port on http://www.canyouseeme.org/. When open, check your setting on router. Have you forward right port ? Check this http://www.mdjnet.dk/ftp.html

Thank you for replying back. I solved it & yes my port was opened






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