I have been playing/working with computers and networking since late 70's -- so yeah lots of first hand. Its what I do for a living the last 20+ years. But yeah I read a LOT!!! I research a LOT, I play a LOT!! Yes I have had some classes over the years, advanced routing, checkpoint firewalls, I remember a IRIX class way back in the day when company I worked for at the time got some SGI boxes in.. etc.. etc.. Would be impossible for me to remember all the classes and certs I have gotten over the last 20+ years
I recall a class with management of SSL certs back when PKI was new and fresh
Got some kind of cert from verisign, etc.
Its great when what you do is also your hobby
I enjoy tech and keeping up with all things computer related be it hardware, OS or networking.. Current position is more networking based so I have lost some of my AD and Server Skills.
the forward is clearly working for the first one - since you post your actual IP, I connected to you on 80 and got this
budman@ubuntu:~$ wget --save-headers 76.167.xx.xx
--2013-01-04 14:18:14-- http://76.167.xx.xx/
Connecting to 76.167.xx.xx:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 602 [text/html]
Saving to: `index.html.5'
100%[======================================>] 602 --.-K/s in 0s
2013-01-04 14:18:14 (65.4 MB/s) - `index.html.5' saved [602/602]
ubuntu:~$ cat index.html.5
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Last-Modified: Sat, 12 Jul 2008 20:45:28 GMT
Date: Fri, 04 Jan 2013 20:17:02 GMT
<meta HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" Content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
document.location = 'home/default.aspx?gotodefault=true';
<title ID="titletext">Navigate to public landing page...</title>
Again how are you testing that it was not working?
Also not a good idea to forward to IP that fall inside your dhcp scope - do you have a reservation set for the .11 box?? If not if you turn him off he might be .12 next time.
Also normally if your going to setup manual port forwards you don't leave UPnP enable.
quick scan shows
Starting Nmap 6.01 ( http://nmap.org
) at 2013-01-04 14:07 Central Standard Time
Nmap scan report for cpe-76-167-xx-xx.socal.res.rr.com (76.167.xx.xx)
Host is up (0.090s latency).
Not shown: 98 filtered ports
PORT STATE SERVICE
80/tcp open http
443/tcp open https
Nmap done: 1 IP address (1 host up) scanned in 3.23 seconds
I can verify those other ports for you if you want.. But sure looks like your forwards are working to me, which is a close 2nd to users just think their forwards are not working because they try testing it via loopback forwarding, nat reflection when their router does not support it. Many routers do not allow you to hit your public IP from an inside IP just to get forwarded back in. You would have to RTFM on your router to see if they do - maybe changing your nat restrictions might allow it, maybe endpoint independent
Also I highly doubt you need UDP 80 and 443 forwarded. As to 4125, not sure what your wanting to do with that so not sure if that is tcp or udp, I would guess from what I got back from port 80 your using it for RWW, I would have to lookup the details but some sort of proxy port used for remote desktop use. But that is the older version I do believe - thought the newer versions of SBS used 443 for this?
Not sure that has to be open on your router or not - since not clear on what your trying to get working? But its rare that a port is both, off the top of my head dns needs to be because it will switch from udp to tcp depending.. But mostly its udp. torrents might use both tcp/udp depending on what your doing.
I snipped out your public IP from what I posted - you might want to remove screen shots showing your public IP.