Purely as a lab exercise I would like to be able to use my Cisco 837 router to access web pages on my Ubuntu machine.
I have set up a static NAT entry to forward port 80 traffic to my server's internal IP address & explicitly allowed port 80 through the firewall. The problem I'm having is that when I browse to my external IP address I'm taken to the routers HTTP admin login page. The 2 questions I have are:1) How can I change the routers HTTP admin port number to something other than 80?
2) How can I ensure port 80 traffic is forwarded to my Ubuntu machine so it serves web pages?