On-Premises Output Time for Remote Access

Output Time On-Premises Server for Remote Access
Share On-Premises Output Time service with Remote users effortlessly by ensuing the following things.

Requirements

Public Static IP Address, so that remote users can access using that IP Address.

Router and NAT configuration by port forwarding

When Service running host is connected behind the router, the following configuration need to be done in your router.

Open Firewall

Open the following ports in your router firewall
8123 HTTP – Output Time Application

NAT/Port Forwarding

Forward the above mentioned ports to the IP Address of the host where Output Time Service is running.

Accessing Output Time from Browser

Remote Users should use Public IP Address in their Browser URL with Port to access Output Time.

For example: http://174.133.11.11:8123

Internal Network users can use LAN (Local Area Network) IP Address with Port to access Output Time.

For example: http://192.168.0.1:8123

Trouble Shoot

For connection failed, the following factors need to be verified:

  1. Make sure the OutputTimeApache Service is running.
  2. Make sure the OutputTimeMySQL Service is running.
  3. In Router, open needed ports in Firewall.
  4. In Router, need to do port forwarding / NAT to the host where Output Time Service is running.