I am working with a Raspberry Pi 2 using a ready-made image that I purchased from Cusdeb and am having trouble connecting via external access to the server. I am asking here, because nothing appears to be wrong with the Cusdeb image as I can access the server on the local network. I am quite the neophyte in these matters so I wasn’t quite sure where to ask such a question. My router is an ATT 5031NV, and I have already ran a test to determine that I am only passing through one router.
I have followed the instructions to flash the image, connect the raspberry 2 with micro-sd card to my router, and have done all I can think of doing as well as from looking up search results in the forums to try to figure out why I can only access the server on the local network and not from outside the network.
Here’s what I have so far:
1.) I can access the server on the local network with my pi’s IP address:
2.) I have the local IP address as fixed, but I’m not sure if the other settings complement well or conflict.
3.) Port Forwarding rules have been applied (Cusdeb has it set so that only 8001 can be applied to access server. I’m not sure if that’s a problem as I can’t access it via :443/nc or :80/nc ). Also, as clearly seen, the public IP address has been whited out.
4.) I have confirmed that I only have one router.
5.) I haven’t had much luck with port testing tools as some of the online ones show success or failure, and the PCWinTech one won’t allow me to use any other local IP address than the computer I’m working on now, which is different from the IP address of the ubuntu server.
Let me know if there is a better place to put this question at, but thanks in advance for any help!