From: birger <birger(a)birger.sh>
This is off topic since the router is responsible here.
OK, but that is why I asked - I wasn't sure if it was Fedora networking
When you use fqdn you are probably hitting your routers public ip,
right? You then use port forwarding to forward the requests to the
Right, that makes sense . .
Sadly, many routers only do that port forwarding when
you actually hit from the outside.
Why sadly? If my router was doing that I wouldn't have a problem . .
29. okt. 2015 7.58 a.m. skrev Philip Rhoades
> Most of my domains are on cloud servers but a couple of less critical
> ones I have hosted a server (192.168.1.10) on my LAN. The port
> forwarding on the router is OK and people from outside see the web
> no problem. Although the way I have my networking set up seems to be
> fine in all other respects, when I browse to the FQDN of one of the
> Server-hosted web sites - from a workstation on the LAN, instead of
> seeing the web site, I see the admin login screen for the modem /
> I am guessing there is something simple that will fix this problem but
> my messing around with networking so far hasn't got me anywhere . .
> Any suggestions?
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