[REBOL] Re: Rugby
From: greggirwin:mindspring at: 10-Mar-2003 10:38
yr> So as you must expect, I receive 9 as answer. I know that the server is
yr> running very well inside my network, and now I setup my router to
yr> forward request on port 8002 to the appropriate machine (192.168.1.102).
yr> I have a contact outside that is doing the exact same thing to setup its
yr> client and he receives this message when he tries to execute the
yr> ** Access Error: Cannot connect to 192.168.1.102
yr> ** Where: open-proto
yr> ** Near: return to-result read/custom proxy reduce
Your outside contact must use the public IP address for your server,
not the private 192.168... address you can use on your internal LAN.