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Can't get my external IP

Postby David de Argentina » Thu Sep 24, 2015 11:12 am

Hi all,

I'm working with a small webserver in order to transform a local machine into a images webserver.

Webserver can be downloaded at:

http://specialapps.rcmediaservices.net/ ... Server.zip

* put the webcamserver.exe file into any folder, add some html files and/or images run it
* open any webbrowser and put your ip, and the html or image.ext you wanna see

In fact, it works fine. works over port 80.

I can get the images using the local network IP (in this case 192.168.1.64/see.html) and the result is ok.

If i try to use the external IP ( like http://186.135.80.144/see.html) i get a 404 error.

Port 80 is open... no firewall...

Any ideas to put in work the external ip ?

Thanks in advance,
David de Argentina
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Re: Can't get my external IP

Postby stu » Thu Sep 24, 2015 12:14 pm

David de Argentina wrote:Hi all,

I'm working with a small webserver in order to transform a local machine into a images webserver.

Webserver can be downloaded at:

http://specialapps.rcmediaservices.net/ ... Server.zip

* put the webcamserver.exe file into any folder, add some html files and/or images run it
* open any webbrowser and put your ip, and the html or image.ext you wanna see

In fact, it works fine. works over port 80.

I can get the images using the local network IP (in this case 192.168.1.64/see.html) and the result is ok.

If i try to use the external IP ( like http://186.135.80.144/see.html) i get a 404 error.

Port 80 is open... no firewall...

Any ideas to put in work the external ip ?

Thanks in advance,
David de Argentina


Hi,

What about the NAT? Did you forward the external port 80 into your internal port 80 on 192.168.1.64 ?
I feel it could be that.
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Re: Can't get my external IP

Postby David de Argentina » Thu Sep 24, 2015 1:51 pm

problem solved

router had changed server internal ip, and not port forwarding to the correct ip

Thanks !!!

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