Double check your network configuration. Double check your firewall
Try to telnet the ip address from the outside on port 80. Try to nmap
from the outside the ip address and see what is the result.
The external IP address was changed as was the external name server and
the netmask. Our local net is provided by an ethernet router that has
been configured with the new external IP address in exactly the same way
as the old one. I've just reviewed the settings again and both
https(443) and http(80) appear to be NAT'd to 192.168.0.x which is both
the http & https server. Https works & http doesn't. The external IP is
xxx.yyy.zzz.240 with netmask xxx.yyy.zzz.224 and gateway xxx.yyy.zzz.225
and I think that works. The dns server ip is setup in the gateway and it
acts as both a dhcp server and static router.
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