I am trying to ssh into one of my machine via the SmartRG SR515ac router, but I am unable to do so.
Here is my setup:
In "Advanced Setup" -> "NAT" -> Virtual Servers I opened up a port (Protocol: TCP/IP, WAN interface eth4.1, server IP address=static IP of my ssh server).
I confirmed with yougetsignal that the port is open.
My ssh server (using a static IP) is accessible from other machines on the local network through the same port -- I had the same setup before when I was still using AT&T.
However, my ssh server is not accessible from outside.
I do not see any login attempts in the log files of my Ubuntu server when I try to login from outside (I also checked with tcpdump), nor do I see anything in the log file of the router.
Curiously, I do not see *ANY* login attempts in the log file of the router -- back in the old AT&T days I saw attempts to access my router with a frequency of one per minute...
Is there any secret option in the router which I have to activate to be able to remotely access my machines behind the router?
Thanks a lot,