... what is the content of your actual Web page, stroed in the //nas/Web share - corect.Sadsad wrote:So if i write, http://www.myboughtdomainnaswebsite.com:8082 im ending on Webserversetupguide....
Understood - however, the user is asking why he can't use just the plain URL ... without the special portScarySpons wrote:@Shumaku: sometimes ISP's block the standard port for selfhosting a website (i.e. port 80) .. i think that's why he/she uses another port.
That is what i did too. Now i'm able to connect to my website from the internet... otherwise i couldn't.
ScarySpons wrote:But now the question remains:
How to fix this on our NAS?
You have to configure port 80 for the Web server ... as it is by default.Sadsad wrote:When i try to connect with my ip, nothing happen. When i use a port (8082) my site comes up.
Have installed or configured something else (ie. the NAS Admin Web UI port for http) to use port 80?Sadsad wrote:Is there a way to get rid off this port?
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