Web hosting on my VPN with Zerotier

Hi, i made a small website for share information with my partners (we are on the same Zerotier network).
I deploy this web with IIS and on my local network it works fine, but when i try to enter from another device connected to my zerotier network it can be done. How can i solve this.
Zerotier configurations is default, we didn’t touch anything.
Somebody could help me?
Thanks!

Hello
You may have to configure IIS to listen on the ZeroTier address. Or maybe Windows firewall is blocking something.
Does the ZeroTier address work from the machine that is running IIS?

Hello, thans for your answer.
Yes, ZeroTier work from the machine that is running IIS, i try to open firewall to that address and also i change ipaddress to the same that i have on my office. But still doen’t work.
What can i do? I think that i could try with another server (apache) but i think that i would have the same trouble.

Having a similar problem. I open up the firewall port to the web server on the web server, and if i get lucky the client computer (another network member) can get the website front page displayed. This only works on some occasions though. If i try to play an embedded mp3 or some embedded video it appears there is “very little bandwidth or the connection gets closed” and it cannot play. All this works fine on the server by tuning in to the website with the virtual ip.

Note: I cannot do any port forwarding on any member, so my network may be a difficult case.

Hello, thans for your answer.
Yes, ZeroTier work from the machine that is running IIS, i try to open firewall to that address and also i change ipaddress to the same that i have on my office. But still doen’t work.
What can i do? I think that i could try with another server (apache) but i think that i would have the same trouble.

I am not an expert on this subject. But the default IIS site uses port 80. I change the default site to use another port (change the binding) and stop it (inetmgr as admin). Now my own site can use port 80. Suppose your site runs on port 80 and port 80 is not already open by default as common http traffic, you could make 1 inbound rule for udp and another 1 for tcp for the chosen port. Not sure if udp 80 needs to be open. If i use port 80 then the adress does not need the port specified (for example http://adress:port) . Just use http://adress .