Web Server Not Accessible
I have set up an Ubuntu Server 6.06 web server in my home. I registered my domain name, I set up dynamic DNS with zoneedit and verified that the IP address is being updated, and I pointed the name server entries at my registrar to the appropriate server names provided by zoneedit. I have a Netgear WGR614 router and I have configured port forwarding to the Ubuntu web server. My ISP has assured me that port 80 is not blocked, and I ran nmap to confirm that it is not. From within my home network I can type my domain name in a browser from another computer and get to the web page successfully. However, from the Internet (outside of my network), users cannot access the site; it keeps timing out. It seems to me that the issue is with the router. I tried to put the server out on the DMZ, but that did not work either. I was told that putting it out on the DMZ is not necessary.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.