Access server from outside
Hello! I've installed ubuntu and decided to try to raise your server access from the outside.
Installed nginx, checked access from localhost, everything is OK.
Define your IP, introduced in brasure and... Everything. Doesn't open.
How to access your server from outside?
October 3rd 19 at 03:32
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October 3rd 19 at 03:34
— IP needs to be white. And that maybe this IP, which you have identified — is still a quarter of users.
— If using a router you need to open the appropriate port and send it to your nginx with ubuntu.
— Well, Fayolle in Ubuntu open port if fairfull included.
— IP black (of course)
— It is possible more in detail?
— Firewall configured
commented on October 3rd 19 at 03:37
On the router to open port 80 to outside to address him.
And all that comes to 80-th port redirect on 80 port of your computer with ubuntu.
That's the theory.
But practice depends on the router model.
P. S. Oh and by the way, many routers admin panel hanging on the 80th port. So it's either, admin need to move on a different port, or port 80 is open some 8080, for example. Continue to write
commented on October 3rd 19 at 03:40
1) On the router ports need to shoot need. It would be good 80th (for opening page), 22 (for ssh). Alternatively, the ports can be reassigned. And ssh-server should install, if you are planning a remote management machine.
2) it Is necessary to check whether the required ports are blocked from your provider. Again, you can reassign
3) the Availability of a web-muzzle for vneshnik can be checked, for example, hidemyass.com or any other web-proxy
About port forwarding — you need the user manual to the router to see if you do not understand. Or just the menus poke, if you are able to quickly orientate themselves. Sometimes you need to look for Port Triggering or Virtual Servers (Depends on the router and may differ from the one written by me)
commented on October 3rd 19 at 03:43
October 3rd 19 at 03:36
To quickly test the server not prokidyvaya ports on the router to enable your computer's IP to DMZ, roughly "stick" computer out.
October 3rd 19 at 03:38
there's dubovie, but surely.
just stick with no router. the computer receives a static IP and try it go through the proxy.
Good idea :D
But too oak)
commented on October 3rd 19 at 03:41
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