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Port Forwarding and Static NAT

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Registered: ‎05-17-2009
Device: Blackberry Storm 953
Plan: 1350 Unlimited Data
Location: Laurel, Maryland

Port Forwarding and Static NAT

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I have 5 static IP Addresses, and I would like to run multiple webservers on my connection.  I have 3 servers that are able to run Apache via Linux and Windows ala WAMP.  I recently had my router replaced like last month, and I am using the following: MI424WR-GEN2 with firmware 20.9.0 and its fully updated.  I was using the MI424WR Rev D prior to it going bad, and I could host multiple web servers just fine with each public IP statically routed to the static LAN IP on my private network, however, after this switch I am only able to run 1 webserver on my 20 Megabit Synchornous FiOS Business Class Connection.  I have tried power cycling the modem, power cycling my computers and to no avail I cannot get the other servers to be contactable via outside my LAN.

 

What can I do to remedy this situation?

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Posts: 5
Registered: ‎05-17-2009
Device: Blackberry Storm 953
Plan: 1350 Unlimited Data
Location: Laurel, Maryland

[SOLVED] Re: Port Forwarding and Static NAT

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This has been fixed in the most recent router firmware. 

 

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