Originally Posted by till
Maybe your internet access provider is blockin these ports?
I have Verizon FiOS. Has any one had luck with this service?
--Edit: Looks like verizon fios blocks port 80. I will try to use no-ip.
Can´t figure out how to do port 80 redirect
in godaddy.com :-( The no-ip setup r
equired me to purchase the domain name from no-ip.com !!!
Changed the default port 80 to 8088 under /usr/local/ispconfig/server/conf# vi vhost.conf.master
---EDIT: no I didn´t have to. I am forwarding WAN 8088 to LAN 80 in my router.
Ended up using dyndns.com free dns service. That part worked. The long website name (domain1.doesntexit.com) translates to http://W.X.Y.Z:60111
, where W.X.Y.Z is the external IP of my router.
The part still not working is the access from outside to the internally hosted website (via ispconfig). I wonder if Verizon blocks all outside http access unless business account is purchased. The port forward looks like as below in my router:
web - TCP 60111 -> 80
nameserver - TCP 53 -> 53
My browser complains with ¨can't establish a connection to the server at W.X.Y.Z:60111¨