My installation is up and running fine. Now I’m trying to reach it from outside. I am aware that this is probably a router related issue, but I’m still trying to get some help here as there might be users having similar issues:
Ran nc-forward-ports and confirmed a change on my routers configuration page
Router is a TP-Link Wireless N 300M TL-WR840N (I’m in Brazil, not easy to get better hardware)
Created a freedns account
Ran freeDNS, seems ok!
Reach NC through freeDNS created subdomain
or at least through my current IP (v4)
Can’t reach it, neither through freeDNS subdomain nor directly through IP, tried different computers, appended :80 and :443, tried http:// and https://
Any tricks you know of? Do I have to get a different router?
Thanks in advance!!!
List of UPNP devices found on the network :
Found valid IGD : http://192.168.0.1:1900/ipc
Local LAN ip address : 192.168.0.130
ExternalIPAddress = 100.71.33.130
InternalIP:Port = 192.168.0.130:80
external 100.71.33.130:80 TCP is redirected to internal 192.168.0.130:80 (duration=0)
I don´t know exact your local setup and what you have done. But I think there is something wrong with your setted port forwarding. I think the system you want to run nextcloud is a linux machine.
Type there in shell ifconfig to see the internal LAN IP. When you´ll find it (I guess it´s 192.168.178.0.130 from your previous posting) you need to enter that IP in your router under portforwarding, that the router knows which port it needs to forward to which ip.