I'm new to ubuntu but have a major work to do for uni that involves a server. The server is sitting behind a router with a static ip, both for the router and the server itself. Port forwarding has been set up for ports 22 and 21 so that I can work on the server from home.
However, there are other devices also using the network that the server is on. A macbook and an iMac. The client for the project wants to use the server as a webserver for their own website but forwarding port 80 to the server interrupts the browsing on other machines, as the reply message to a http request comes in on port 80.
Any ideas of how I can get around this so that they can have a web server and browse the web on other machines at the same time?
External hosting is not possible and neither is changing ports used on other devices.