By editing the hosts files on local machines, you can have them point to the local IP of the server instead, and you would be able to use the same address everywhere.
Routers bought from BSNL mostly internally disabled the Port Forwarding facilities.
A lot of routers do not allow connections they had forwarded from the local network to its WAN port to traverse back into the LAN (NAT loopback or hairpin).
The WAN IP is then inaccessible from inside and you would have to use different addresses to contact the router or the machines to which ports have been forwarded, in your case 192.168.1.7. With a web server, the easiest way to do this would probably be to use a proxy such as
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Masquerading changes the source but not the destination.
But we were talking about port forwarding (inside destination), not masquerading (outside destination).You won't be able to access internal computers using your external IP while in the LAN, but the external IP will work to the rest of the world.If you want to test a website through external IP, then you can use a proxy.This is forwarded to the router (which is the default gateway).The router has to hide this private source address. Doesn't it change this source ip to the public ip of the router?