I have a MG90 router (non FIPS) and I am unable to port forward any ports from the WAN side to my a server on the LAN side of the router.
I am very interested in ports 80 and 443, however with a lot of trial and nothing but error, I have become stumped.
My network is set up as follows:
One Ethernet port assigned as a WAN port, the rest on my LAN subnet.
Internet works great, even for my wifi (also on my LAN subnet).
I have a server that has various functions (DHCP, DNS, routing to a HRE, and other functions) that it performs, among one of those functions is a web server.
(Technically the web server is in the HRE and the traffic is just routed, but the server looks like it is the web server).
My old router (different brand) was able to port forward properly from WAN to LAN.
The server’s IP address is at 192.168.1.25.
I can access the server while connected to the LAN but I can’t access the server externally.
If I type in the WAN IP address of the router I get an Apache tomcat error page, where on my web server it is running httpd not tomcat. I am pretty sure the tomcat error page is from the router.
Here is a screenshot of my port 443 forwarding config on my router:
Can somebody tell me what I am doing wrong?
I can’t get the port forwarding working.