Same here nextcloud totally down few days ago , get your own router to bridge mode
Yes i received my Asus AX92U from amazon today and i setup nextcloud back everything works on port 80/443 , so you need your own router for port forwarding and don't use bluecruve app its useless , recommend any Asus router .
Same here. I setup three port forwarding 22, 80, 443 and only 22 works.
I have a similar problem, I can't access the forwarded 80 and 443 within Lan, but can access them outside, eg from the library's public wifi. Finally I figure out, In my case, it's should be a bug of the blue curve modem. And a workaround of it can be accessing your server with your home by IPv6 if your device (both the server and the client) support IPv6. If you have a dns entry for your server, setup a AAAA entry with the correct IPv6 address of your server. After that, most IPv6 client will try to connect your server through IPv6 address first.
I'm seeing the same thing. The host listening on port 80 can't be accessed from the local network connected to the blue curve modem. But it works just fine accessing it externally. (I can't access a URL while connected to Blue Curve wifi on my iPhone. But when I switch to Cellular data, that same URL works just fine)
This does indeed seem like a weird configuration within the Blue Curve modem...
@GVee --= The host listening on port 80 can't be accessed from the local network connected to the BlueCurve modem.
If the "private" IP-address of that host is "10.0.0.123", what happens when you try to connect to: http://10.0.0.123:80 from any other device within your private LAN?
That's exactly how we access it now. But when you are testing a link, it's annoying to have to look up the IP of your server every time. Especially if you have a domain set up.
@GVee BlueCurve modems don’t support NAT loopback, you would need a third party router if you wanted the option.