I'm not sure that why I can't connect to my worklight developer server within intranet from my phone@3G(Internet).
My router has 3 NAT mapping items, my PC 11.16/11.3 all disabled firewall.
WAN:7080->11.3:7080, all OK,
but WAN:8080 -> 11.3:8080 failed.
I checked firewall setting of router, all 3 ports are permitted to pass.
I tested "telnet WAN-IP:8080" within intranet from 11.16, it is OK, but I can't "telnet WAN-IP:8080" from my 3G phone outside my intranet. that is to say my worklight server accept connections from non-127.0.0.1. and I also tested run "telnet 192.168.11.3 8080" from my router shell and OK, so links between my router and 11.3:8080 OK.
blocked packages will be logged, but I can't find log in my router's console.
So I want to confirm that our worklight developer edition allow client connect from Internet?
Does worklight developer edition limited to work within intranet and block connections from Internet?
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3 replies Latest Post - 2012-11-19T06:11:34Z by SystemAdmin
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Re: Can worklight v5 developer version be connected from Internet2012-11-16T15:45:41Z in response to SystemAdminDaniel,
No, there's no limitation like that with the Developer Edition (or any version of Worklight studio). This issue sounds unrelated to Worklight; more of a network/firewall config issue.
Barbara Hampson, Manager, IBM Worklight
Re: Can worklight v5 developer version be connected from Internet2012-11-16T16:48:29Z in response to SystemAdminHi there,
I don't know if it is a typo in your post, or the reason.. but you look to have bound 7080 not 8080 in the router.
I presume you are trying to use the phone to access Worklight via 3g/GPRS rather than via wifi. If you have Wifi then you might consider trying this method first to simplify things. I usually test my apps by connecting via Wifi.
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