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I have my web page attached to my computer static ip adress a totally diferent ip adress from my router, I allready configured ''host'' files in the windows system 32 and my web page displayed on my computer, but when i try connecting from the web in other computer it takes me to my router settings page, in posts related to this inconvenients i noticed a unusual problem called ''loopback'' and it seems thats what i been struggling with, but I couldn't find a solucion to my problem so please help me I dont know what else to do.
I allready configured the host files by doing this i see my page in my local network.
I allready did the port forwarding http in 80 port in.
I have checked that the 80 port is open and running.
I have read all your guide and recomendations and yet when someone from other computer tries to connect to my Host it goes to my router stting page even if it is another ip.
I have a speedtouch TG585v7 thompson. NAT configuration DynDNS Pro acount Windows 7 Ultimate IIS7 working with a sample web page Kasperky internet seciurity Firewall Google crome Internet Explorer 9
Answer by RotBlitz · Oct 24, 2010 at 09:17 PM
This problem has often been discussed here.
You have the following options:
Regarding loopback connections read here.
This guide gives more detailed explanations about the facts and workarounds.
Answer by VikingTiger · Oct 24, 2010 at 09:20 PM
So, basically you can view your web page normally within your LAN but from remote locations you get your router's admin interface? Then, I recommend changing the admin port on your Speedtouch. I happen to have had the same router model as you, although an older version (v6). It is possible to do this on that router as long as you have administration rights on it (it sounds like you do). It must be done via CLI (connect to it via telnet).
I assume you have already forwarded port 80 from the Speedtouch to the computer, by the way.
Answer by RotBlitz · Oct 24, 2010 at 11:22 PM
i have not tried yo change the router admin interface port if you could tell or show me a guide how to do it. – Ricardo
Sorry, I don't have your router, so can only refer you to its documentation, where you certainly can find out if you're able to change the admin port at all. Else you have to be very patient until someone else with experience about this router stumbles over this thread by chance.
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