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Can't access webpage outside of my USR5461

I set up apache webserver on my XP with port 8090.

1) When I enter 'http://localhost:8090/' into the IE -> 'It works!'

2) When I enter 'http://192.168.2.30:8090/' into the IE -> 'It works!' (I set this IP for that PC before - so the router give the same IP for it always)

3) When I enter 'http://:8090/' into the IE -> 'The page cannot be displayed'!

4) I can reach the admin page of the router with 'http://'

5) I set port forwarding as
TCP 8090 to 8090 192.168.2.30 8090 to 8090
UDP 8090 to 8090 192.168.2.30 8090 to 8090

What is the problem??? (I'm connecting via cable)
Does anybody can help me please???

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Did you get this resolved. I have the same problem, I get the router's login page when I try to access from outside.

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