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The Link with an IP-Address has this form: "188.8.131.52:8090/" (the IP-Address must be your public/external IP-Address)erkofle hat geschrieben:(First, I'm not sure how I would test the ports on webpagetest...)
This is correct. It seems you use a NAT-Router, please see to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Network_ad ... ranslation for more details.erkofle hat geschrieben:The IP addresses in my router settings and on canyouseeme and yacy are different. The one on my router is called "internal IP." When I tried to change my router settings to match the IP address on the websites, It said "Server IP address must be a LAN IP address" and changed it back to the original IP.
The problem may be the Configuration of your Router, please look into the manual of your Router for correct configuration of a Port-Forwarding. An alternative can be UPnP, if your Router does support it, your YaCy-Peer may be able to use this protocol for opening the Port-Forwarding automatically if enabled. An other possible reason can be a port-blocking by your ISP.erkofle hat geschrieben:On canyouseeme.org, it does not let me change the IP address. When I enter the ports I opened on my router, it says it can not see it my service.
This is also correct, private/internal IP-Addresses are not usable on the global/public Internet.erkofle hat geschrieben:On the Yacy test site, when I enter my internal IP, nd ports it says "Get Not global Unicast-IP-Address."
The short time is the timeout for creating a TCP-Connection from my Server to your Computer and it seems that your Router or your Computer does not responds to my Server. Probably is the Port-Forwarding in your Router not working correctly or the Connection is blocked by an other reason.erkofle hat geschrieben:If I enter the IP it says I have, (which is the same one canyouseeme.org thinks I have) it waits for a while, and then says "No valid Yacy peer found."
The problem may be the Configuration of your Router, please look into the manual of your Router for correct configuration of a Port-Forwarding. An alternative can be UPnP, if your Router does support it, your YaCy-Peer may be able to use this protocol for opening the Port-Forwarding automatically if enabled. An other possible reason can be a port-blocking by your ISP.
What do your router think about your public IP-Address? Is it the same as reported by canyouseeme.org or yacy.info?
This could be the root-cause of your problem, it seems your ISP use Carrier-Grade-NAT and this makes it impossible for you to offer a public/global accessible Service. Please ask your ISP for giving you a real IP-Address or (even better) for real IPv6-Connectivity. If your ISP is not able to do so, your only chance is an exchange of your ISP.erkofle hat geschrieben:I have the internal IP and a different IP, which one can use to connect to the router over the internet. It is in the router settings. It is different from the IP given in canyouseeme and yacy.info.
canyouseeme and yacy.info show the Source-IP-Address of your incoming connection. If it differs from the "external" IP-Address of your Router (the Source-IP-Address of any outgoing Connection from your Router), there is an additional Address-Translation between your Router and the real public Internet. This "between" is your ISP.erkofle hat geschrieben:It is different from the IP given in canyouseeme and yacy.info.
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