If you are trying to access something from the internet it's your external/public IP address you need to use not your internal IP address which is not visible on the internet.
Hi, I have a web server in my DMZ that I'm trying to make accessible from the internet but it is not working. I'm using my public IP address to try to access it and I have assigned it an internal static IP address of 192.168.2.10 and put that into the DMZ of the router. The web server should have ports 80, 443, and 21 accessible but they are not working. They work locally in the LAN and from the server itself so it's the router or ISP blocking it from outside. I have also tried using Port forwarding ports, 80, 443, and 21 to 192.168.2.10 without using DMZ. I'm also trying to get my game called Best Game Ever that uses port 2245 and that doesn't work either. I have checked my Windows firewall and it's not blockign the ports, I have disabled it for testing.