Public ip cannot be accessed


(Bimoputra Pratama) #1

I have already routing my public ip through proxy to be directed to the nethserver, why can’t I access the public ip from the local, is there a rule in the server that blocks my public ip from being accessed by the local ip?

I can only access public ip on nethserver if the port is still 80 but if the port is 443 I cannot access the public ip


(HF) #2

Maybe this is helpful to you:

http://docs.nethserver.org/en/v7/firewall.html


(Bimoputra Pratama) #3

I can’t access public ip on local network if the port is 443, can I tell the rule in nethserver so that port 443 can be accessed by public ip on local ip because I can remote 443 debian in public ip via local network but I can’t remote public ip 443 on nethserver?


(Michael Träumner) #4

Perhaps this post from @mrmarkuz could help:


(Markus Neuberger) #5

Does it work if you connect to the local Nethserver IP?

AFAIK no. I am using private and public IP/name in my local network and it just works.
I use port forwarding from my router (which is a nethserver) to my application nethserver.

Just for my understanding: What exactly did you do to achieve this?
Are you using reverse proxy?

Do you get an error or just timeout?


(Bimoputra Pratama) #6


Can access to http


Can’t access https


(Mark Verlinde) #7

Please note: you are trying to access your nethserver on port 980 not 443.
Can you access https://103.xxx.xxx.202 ?

Be sure all firewalls, including your nethserver, have the 980 port open for the TCP service.

(on Nethserver)