How to access local server as if from the external network (the Internet)?

There is a local network. The Internet is distributed through a server under Win2008 c Trafficindicatored.
On one PC in the network is spinning the service, the program listens to the port specified by the host IP of this PC.
Through Trafikcenter the service published in the Internet (has static IP) - turning to the external IP on the correct port the request is sent to local PC to this port.
All works norms.

But if applying a local PC via the external address:port, the connection fails =(
It turns out the redirect on the PC when dealing with external IP on your local PC made LAN fails =(
How to be?

UPD: traffic inspector essentially works through the Routing WinServer. It turns out the question is how to do in WinServer NAT loopback
August 23rd 19 at 10:45
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August 23rd 19 at 10:47
Google Hairpin NAT or NAT LoopBack and configure in the router.
On Mikrotik is done without problems, but such a miracle as traffic inspector - well, I'm not even sure what is there to configure it.

The second option, a few spike but much more simple - write to the local DNS name referencing the internal address, and go by the name.
You're out of vneski also named probably go? Just change the settings to inside the local area it has resolvidos to the local address.
Note: inside the network go to local addresses, from outside - on the outside. This is normal. As well as to have different DNS servers for the LAN, and for external. - Savion_Kozey commented on August 23rd 19 at 10:50
It's funny (although logical). In hosts servers ordered domain to a local address and started to work on a PC which is connected via a proxy Trafikcenter (not robila) - elna_Klei commented on August 23rd 19 at 10:53
: so, Yes, external, local, local. But there is a web muzzle (by the way on the same PC as the service and at the address(name) of external standards open, but I think as directed mod_proxy of Apache on the server). And already the web face in the js script requests data from a service on your local PC. Turns out it is necessary to determine get! the comp or not and depending on this substitute address service - elna_Klei commented on August 23rd 19 at 10:56
: Well, with traffic inspector no more, although maybe they have tech support to ask this question.
For Mikrotik set up this in Linux without a problem, and TI figs it knows. - rafael40 commented on August 23rd 19 at 10:59

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