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Old 4th October 2006, 18:19
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Originally Posted by NGNZ
falko.... my router is already set for port 80 forwarding..... if I'm outside of my local network getting past the router is not a problem... but if I am on a PC inside the network and go out through my router and onto the internet I'm using the same IP address out as I have coming back in and the router knows straight away that I'm an internall machine and then requests me to login, the same as I would when going to the router directly through the local network to configure it.
That sounds as if your router doesn't support loopbacks. As a workaround, you could set up an internal DNS server for the systems in your LAN that points the domains to the internal IP address instead of your router's public one. If you don't want to set up a DNMS server, you can also edit your systems' hosts files.
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