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My router login page shows instead of webserver?

Leonidas846
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Hi
When I try to view, with https, my domain name with a webpage on my apache 2 webserver, behind my Cisco RV340W router. Then I get to the router login page, even though im coming from an IP outside of the LAN. So instead of seeing my portforwarded (both the webserver and in the Cisco router) https webpage, I see the router login page.

How can I fix this problem?

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pieterh
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the default HTTP and HTTPS ports are already occupied by the routers management interface.

-> first configure your routers management interface on another port instead of tcp/80 or tcp/443

=> or select another external port (8443) for your webserver and forward this to the internal port 443.
then access the internal server from the internet by using http://<url>:8443

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marce1000
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                           - Check/show-us the port forwarding configuration (part).

 M.

pieterh
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VIP Engager

the default HTTP and HTTPS ports are already occupied by the routers management interface.

-> first configure your routers management interface on another port instead of tcp/80 or tcp/443

=> or select another external port (8443) for your webserver and forward this to the internal port 443.
then access the internal server from the internet by using http://<url>:8443

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