Hi AneejThomas , I think the problem is because you put the web server from the internet behind your router. I believe setting up DDNS and applying static routing should do the works. You can read the router manual in the TP-Link website for this.
Hope this helps. Cheers!
I am a Novice in networking and now have been entrusted to setup a network combination. The situation is as follows:
my server is server 2008 R2, has 2 NIC . NIC1 is connected to our switch (managed switch) and is of the ip 18.104.22.168 and the other NIC is connected to the LAN port of my TP link MR 200 Archer router. Its ip that i have set on the IPV4 is 22.214.171.124 with default gateway as 126.96.36.199. Now this server has my website hosted and a small scale ERP application too. All my host machines are connected to the router MR200 for internet via wireless adapter. And to the application through lAN connection. Now my issue is when i want to browse to my website in my office wireless area , i can perfectly access my website. When i am on another wifi(like personel router or anywhere outside my office wifi ) i cannot view my website. Please help me on what i may have done wrong