So I am trying to get ssh working on my server. I can connect on my local network with the local ip address of the server perfectly fine. When I try to connect remotely (through a domain name that I set-up for the server, which I know works) I get this connection refused error:
ssh: connect to host bahhudson.mine.nu port 22: Connection refused
From the research I have done into the problem it looks like something is going wrong with my router. I have configured port-forwarding, but that's the only think I can think is causing the "Connection Refused" error... My router is a WRT120N and I have configured it for port-forwarding based on Portforward.com, which seems somewhat outdated since some of those images are not exactly like what my router settings look like, but I have tried multiple ways for setting the portforwarding up, and I know that forwarding for port 80 works because my server has HTTP access which is working...
Also VPN access was getting blocked in what I believe to be a similar way, so the solution to the SSH port 22 being blocked might also be similar to that of the VPN being blocked as well.