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Siemens S/stream4200 & Webserver

Siemens S/stream4200 & Webserver

Siemens S/stream4200 & Webserver

(OP)
Hi Guys,
i hope this is in the right area ? but i am having some problems with my modem ? or the way i have it configured. i have an apache web server running and it's working, the problem is i have a dyndns name forwarding to this routers ip. i have also setup on my modem the dyndns autoupdate feature and a port forward on TCP port 80 to local 10.1.1.3(LAN).(firewall off)

From my end if i type in 10.1.1.3 the web server works but if i goto my dyndns kanedogg.selfip.com that is set to my pc's IP it asks for a password which i think is not correct ? should this just get my page up without user/pass>? i think it's actually trying to log into my router's web front end & not being forwarded?

any help appreciated heaps
Kane

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