I've reached the end of my limited networking knowledge. Here's the deal: - I have my home server running Windows Server Essentials 2012. Its primary function is backups of my various computers. - My ISP is ATT Uverse, which provides a modem/router/gateway. It sucks teh ballz, so I set into bridge mode and set up a Netgear Nighthawk behind it. ALL devices are connected to the Nighthawk. - I want to set up the server for remote access so that family can grab pictures and files remotely, and so I can do the same. - I followed the instructions and the auto setup (I had to forward ports 80 and 443 manually, but that's done), and from the server's perspective, it says it is set up: And now the problem: When I try to access the sever from INSIDE the network, it loads the login page no problem. BUT, when I do so from the outside, the server sends no data, nothing loads. Am I missing a setting on the bridged gateway?