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Router won't UPnP for WHS 2011 Remote Web Access

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ikon

OMG, I said something clearly??? Hold, let me go note that down in my diary..... Let's see, Jan. 16, 2o14.... today I said something that somebody actually understood... think I'll order Chinese tonight :D

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oj88

LOL! The one post out of 14,800+.

 

Congrats... Hahaha

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ikon

Like your mother said, "If at first you don't succeed......" :D

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Drashna Jaelre

 Jan. 16, 2o14.... 

And then you go and blow it. :)

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ikon

And then you go and blow it. :)

 

Nicely done. I wondered who would spot it first. BTW, I thought it would take longer — I must be getting predictable :D

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g725s

Finally getting a chance to test this other than on my phone.  For some reason the phone is still able to bring up the login page.  But my Laptop is not :(

 

The Launch Pad will not work.  If I put the web address in directly I get a message in Chrome saying Your Connection Is Not Private.

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ikon

I'm pretty sure you have done all this, but just to be certain:

  1. you're using the laptop on an Internet connection from outside your house?
  2. you're using httpS:// in the URL?

I don't use Chrome, so I'm not certain what that message means. However, does that message show up in a window? Is there an option to add an exception, or ignore the message, or "go to the web page anyway"?

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g725s

I'm pretty sure you have done all this, but just to be certain:

  1. you're using the laptop on an Internet connection from outside your house?
  2. you're using httpS:// in the URL?

I don't use Chrome, so I'm not certain what that message means. However, does that message show up in a window? Is there an option to add an exception, or ignore the message, or "go to the web page anyway"?

I tried both IE and Chrome.  And yes, as was discussed here for that particular port https://myhomeserver.homeserver.com(myhomeserver = name of my server).

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ikon

I'm surprised you could get myhomeserver as the name of your server. I would have thought it was taken ages ago.

 

I tried the link, but I get "server not found".

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g725s

I'm surprised you could get myhomeserver as the name of your server. I would have thought it was taken ages ago.

 

I tried the link, but I get "server not found".

That is not my servers name  I put some brackets around an explanation after that address to show I used that name as an example, I guess it is not apparent.  I did not want to publicly post the correct address.

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