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WRT54GL webserver, port 80

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by martin, Mar 22, 2010.

  1. martin

    martin Guest

    Hello!
    I just registered on the forums, have been using Tomato for 2 years now with no problems, and now I got stuck for 2 days trying to solve this issue.

    At home I have a WRT54GL 1.1 which has a tomato version 1.2x (not sure which one, less then 1.25 for sure) and its running and doing everything I want him to.

    Now I kinda moved to some apartment, and here we have a WRT54GL 1.1 which had dd-wrt on. I flashed it with the latest tomato (1.27) because we desperately need a better qos setup. I cleared all settings to default before setting anything.

    And now the problem.

    I have a home server for personal use with a domain for it. I dont have a static ip so I'm using a ddns service. This is working like it should on tomato. But for some reason I cannot forward port 80 to my webserver. I'm not sure if it's a router issue or a server issue. I'm using windows 7 on the server. I tried disabling the windows firewall, all antivirus software and everything that I could think of that would block the port from being open. If I enable the remote access through port 80 and I visit my domain it works, it shows my router settings.

    Anyone has any clues or has a similar problem with a similar setup?

    Hopefully I was clear enough,

    regards

    Edit: Seems like I never had a problem with tomato, I tried forwarding 80 on my macbook and it works. Damn windows 7, need to find where's the port being blocked. You can close the thread :)
     

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