|Thank you for your quick reply! Much appreciated!|
Its a shame I can not include screenshots
I changed it back to port 80 in my port forward settings. It says now in my router:
External Port: 80
Internal Port: 80
The address "192.168.1.177" is the address from my Arduino and by entering this into my browser I get to see the correct Arduino page.
By entering example.com I get my router config page.
I also created a dynamic DNS (free account from D-Link).
So I now have: example.com (directing to router config)
And I have: example.dlinkddns.com which unfortunately also directs to my router config :-)
The IP config I used for example.dlinkddns.com is:
IP in DNS: 78.xx.xx.x90 (x = digit)
Browser IP Address: 78.xx.xx.x90
As I didn't knew what to specify, I specified twice the same ip address (found on whatismyip.com)
I'm basically following a tutorial on http://www.instructables.com/id/Ser... but I find it quit embarrassing that I'm not even able to follow these simple steps :-)
I forgot to mention that in the domain name DNS settings from my service provider I also specified 78.xx.xx.x90.
Hmm... when I think about it, do I maybe have to specify a different ip address somewhere?