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I have tried to setup the firewal to accept access for port 80

I have tried almost everything with this firewall, I just can't get the firewall to accept trafic on port 80.

I have set up the server int the Address book and I have published the IP on the Wan Port and I have set up the rules with SAT and Allow. I have followed the instrucktions completely and still the firewall will not accept trafic on port 80

any sugestions?

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Some ISP's block port 80, the problem is not the firewall, following the procedure as described on d-link website should do it. If the problem is really the ISP, you have two choices:
Switching to a plan that allows you to use port 80.
Use port 8080, as alternate web port. The disadvantage is that acess will require http://ipadress:8080

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