Currently Being ModeratedFeb 4, 2013 7:42 AM (in response to EP_Todd)
Did you map the ports in your router for the services that you want to be publicly available?
Example: If you want web service, map ports 80 and 443 (these likely be blocked though, unless you have a business class connection)
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 4, 2013 7:44 PM (in response to UptimeJeff)
Airport Utility says the ports are mapped correctly, but do the ports need to use my Mac address or my router address? I have them as my Mac address right now. Also, how can I tell if my ISP have blocked certain ports?
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 5, 2013 4:48 AM (in response to EP_Todd)
In the United states (probably most everywhere else too), a consumer internet connections does not allow a web server (port 80 or 443 incoming) or a mail server. It requires a biz class connection ($$) for that.
You can run your web serer on an alternet port if thats the case.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 6, 2013 12:40 PM (in response to EP_Todd)
I don't think we have enough information to go on here. What happens when you try to access the website from outside your network? Are you using a DNS record or IP address? Are you able to ping the DNS/IP address?
@UptimeJeff Many residential ISPs (in the US) are becoming more lax when it comes to providing services from home, however they will not provide support if you have trouble, so that's something to keep in mind. I can speak from personal experience with Comcast and Suddenlink, but have heard the same from AT&T customers.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 6, 2013 6:48 PM (in response to Ruathain)
I have DNS configured on Server, and my Ip address is correct in server. Outside of my network, when you type in the domain name it can't connect to the server. I think there is something wrong with my domain name provider and the nameservers. I can't figure out how to make a nameserver. I can set a nameserver but don't know how to set a "valid" one. Any help is appreciated!