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Port forwarding in D-Link DIR-320

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Hello, dear Habradi!
Please help: there is router D-Link DIR-320, and would like to see when you try to query (e.g. 80 or port 21) on the external address, it is routed to one of the computers connected to it, and not on the router itself. I tried to configure virtual servers and DMZ, nothing helped. All external queries taking the router (e.g. port 80 open its web interface) to the computer can be accessed only via internal IP.
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What firmware? Judging by the screenshots, it's not Stoke, not dd-wrt, not openwrt, and are not "enthusiasts".
On my dir-320 was the firmware from vampik. To forward 80 port needed web interface of the router to another port.
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I'm inattentive and sleepy fool... Pressed the "Clarify question"... Duplicate my response:
I will try to paint, even though I have already local time 02:17 night and the brain is not thinking...
Itself long suffered with the port forwarding on D-Link DIR-300 NRU B5, and decided it's pretty unusual.
So, to start here is my screenshot of the port forwarding:
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As you can see portforwarding is on the external VPN interface (of course, the idea is to push local?), external and internal port are the same (in General, as you have), and now the main snag:
Try using this service: ping.eu/port-chk/ checking if your port. But if there's a Apache or other web server, then using a service monitoring sites check whether the website from the outside.
And Yes, I forgot about the main thing. If you from any PC connected via a router try to access your external IP, it won't work (on establishing the reasons he beat), also my ISP if any of the subscribers (a very large ISP) try to access my external IP,... nothing, just "timed out" and all the tech support provider, nothing intelligible could not answer. But "outside" by going to my external IP, you can see everything I have open.
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On the original firmware 1.2.94. from D-Link is not working port forwarding. I have, no matter how I tried, did not work.
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faced with the same problem! decided vsetki to solve the issue, the port from the outside was also visible, but to your server via the external IP I could not get by googling the question, read mana, I realized that this so-called problem is called NAT loopback, ie, ports that are forwarding router, but the firmware nat loopback'and no, and therefore we ourselves or anyone who is for our router external IP can't see your server, resolved the issue, the fact that the installed firmware http://vuplus.ru/?topic=480.0 and generally, in d-link Ah disappointed because while googling this question I learned that 90% of routers do not support this, and it is a software solution that can be easily solved by reflashing, but they are apparently too lazy to put in their own firmware that opportunity... and on the website of d-link off Manah settings Virt. servers on some ADSL router says - it Virt. the server you need to test from outside, because get! behind a router you will not see it, because the function of nat loopback is not supported
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Faced with the same problem. Fiddling 4 hours, even updated the firmware, nothing. I'm not very well versed in networking, so maybe I do not understand, although in all the tutorials make it look easy.
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