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Portforwarding: Incoming connections on port 80 not possible

Hi, would be great if maybe someone had an idea regarding this:
I set up the 2700 HG-E Gateway (Software version 4.25.43) for remote access.
Port forwarding works fine e.g. for VNC (TCP 5900) and apparently for most other ports. However, any attempt to forward incoming requests on port 80 fail. As a workaround I am now forwarding 81 to an internal webserver, but this is certainly not satisfying.
Moreover, it seems impossible to access the built-in webserver (for the config interface) from the internet (except through VNC via an internal machine).
Any suggestions?

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Try using DMZ plus mode to open all ports to be accessible for that particular application, or specify the application name with the corresponding port on the 2wire modems firewall settings

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