I am trying to setup a webserver on one of my PC's connected to my home network.
I have 2 main PC's directly connected through the Huawei Router, A=Upstairs using WiFi 5.0, B=Downstairs using Ethernet cable.
Both machines are using Windows10 Pro 64bit fully patched, along with all applications and drivers etc.
The PC I want to setup as a webserver is B
The issue I am facing is that PC B cannot respond to any port forwarding rules I apply in both the router and the Kaspersky Firewall (Kaspersky Internet Security 2017).
On PC B I am running the latest version of Apache and confirm that it is listening to port 80. This is part of the wampserver software which included PHP and MySQL servers. http://www.wampserver.com/en/
When I use websites to check ports, some say port 80 is open, others closed.
I have setup folders called www http public_http on the root HD with both PHP and Html versions of my website.
I have set up a domain which points to my router/IP url and is dynamic so it updates every 5 minutes.
There are no issues with any outbound ports and I can connect remotely to this PC over the LAN.
If I use my data connection from my smartphone, or another location not connected to my Lan, and try to connect using a standard browser, I get a couple of warnings that the connection is not secure, then if I bypass those warnings I get the admin login page for my router.
Anyone have any idea's what I maybe doing wrong?
Edited by AWM_Mars (Tue 24-Oct-17 09:44:08)