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I have already did this. So, remote connections are on. But I still have problem.
I have solved the problem finally.
So, I changed default 8080, to other port, and opened it on router. I also opened 1526 on router. With this configuration, remote access to database now works.
So, I changed default 8080, to other port, and opened it on router. I also opened 1526 on router. With this configuration, remote access to database now works.Port 8080 - could it be your router uses this port for remote configuration? If so, it's obvious you can't use it for NAT-Forwarding anymore.
Concerning Port 1521, I'm a bit surprised. Possibly your provider blocks several well-known-ports, which could also be an explaination for port 8080.
Anyway, good to hear you've got it working now.
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No no, not router, or any other service wasn't on 8080. I still don't get the problem really, but it's important I found a solution :)