Question about Linksys WAG200G Router
Look at this page from Linksys.
You can see that you want to go to "Application and Gaming", then to "Single Port Forwarding".
You want to setup your router like the first line:
HTTP [you can put here whatever you want] | External Port 80 | Internal Port 80 | Protocol TCP | IP Address [your web server's IP address] | Enabled [tick yes]
In the second line you write exactly the same except you replace Protocol "TCP" with "UDP".
Don't forget to enable both and to save the settings!
You should give your web server a static IP address (not via DHCP!), to ensure it is always the same.
If you have any more questions or something is not clear to you, just come back here and leave a comment - I'm happy to help.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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I suspect that you have port forwarding rule (virtual server) on port 443 (https) on your router. Try to remove rule or just reset router to factory settings. I have the same router and this problem did not happen. You can also install Router Commander program to boost up router performance.
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