>1) You need a firewall rule permitting traffic through that NAT entry.
> Remember NAT happens first,
WAN TCP 80 (HTTP) 10.10.10.11 (ext.: 188.8.131.52)
TCP 184.108.40.206 80 (HTTP) 10.10.10.11 80 (HTTP)
>so you need to use the private IP in the
>firewall rule on the WAN. check your firewall logs to see if it's
Firewall log has no entries for the .52 IP
>2) You probably need proxy ARP for that public IP you're using with
I did not have proxy ARP, but I have added it...
I still do not get any response when hitting port 80 on that IP
I also corrected the subnet on my wan interface