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Can't load pages from my own server any more

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I just bought a belkin wireless router with 4 port switch and a USB print server to replace a combination of a SMC router and Belkin dumb 802.11b bridge.
I set up the router with all the virtual server parameters so that I can run a server (Mac G3, OS X, Apache 2, DynDns, etc.) from my home and it works fine - if I am on another network that is... from work i can access my server without a problem but if I try to access it from within my home network it doesn't work.
Pages just don't load. I tried from the server and from other computers attached to the network...

With the SMC router it worked fine. I'd hate to have to back to 802.11b again.

Beklin support say it's some hardware issue (no help offered there)

Does anyone know a work-around, i.e. in the apache configuration file or something like that?

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