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Author: Spencer Total-Replies: 38
Yes, as Fury told its the router's problem, it is blocking the IP address and shows 403 error. As told check the IP on proxy website or check from external source (other PC).
And to check if ports are forwarded use this website. To solve the problem of dynamic IP get no-ip subdomain and install their software to update the latest IP to the sub domain.
By the way I would like to ask a question. My router administration control panel doesn't allow to specify port forward on individual ports, there is only DMZ host, which opens all the ports. And I am too the in same problem, the router blocks the IP, so I have to use proxy website to check the website online. I have specified my internal static IP for the DMZ host. Since all ports are open, there is lot of risk of attacks. I am using good firewall. So are the firewalls enough or are there any other loop holes which DMZ leaves open?