I have a customer who needs to be able to do port forwarding so his branch sites can log into virtual machines. They currently have a Cisco 877 router which was installed by someone else. I have no idea how to work it or if this is even possible on this router.
We have the following port forwards set up on a Cisco 800s router. All internal IP addresses are NATd out to the IP on fa4 which is the external interface. Traffic recieved on fa4 is forwarded to different servers depending on the type of traffic recieved.
We can browse the internal websites from the internet fine, but there is one internal server 192.168.1.7 that uses a db server (192.168.1.5).. it accesses it on its external IP (fa4) on port 1433 but for some reason the connection does not work.. could this be because the source and destination IP addresses are the same IP address?
ip nat inside source list 1 interface FastEthernet4 overload ip nat inside source static tcp 192.168.1.7 21 interface FastEthernet4 21 ip nat inside source static tcp 192.168.1.7 80 interface FastEthernet4 80 ip nat inside source static tcp 192.168.1.7 443 interface FastEthernet4 443 ip nat inside source static tcp 192.168.1.5 1433 interface FastEthernet4 1433 ip nat inside source static tcp 192.168.1.7 990 interface FastEthernet4 990
Trying to connect to a computer on a client's network. He has a Netgear WGR614v9 router. I talked him through opening port 23 to 192.168.1.200. I have done this many times on other routers and it should have been simple but could not connect. Had him enable ping response so I could ping his router to verify the connection and ping was good. Tried my port scanner and only port 21 is open. Had client verify the port forwarding data and it is correct. Does he need to restart the router to enable port forwarding?
I'm finally jumping in over Christmas break to set up a Y network with three routers. I run a side business repairing and cleaning viruses/malware from PCs and would like the business subnet not to be able to mix with (and possibly infect) the "home" subnet.Before I knew what I was doing, I set up a simple two router "chained" network by hanging an old SMC router off my main Airport Extreme router, but I've since learned that's not ideal, since the "work" network machines can see everything on the "home" network. So, here's what I want to do. I want to put the new third router right after my cable modem (ISP). I want to keep my Airport Extreme and all devices attaching to it (home subnet) off one LAN port of this new router and my old SMC router off another LAN port of the new router (the test subnet). Currently, the IPs are: [code]My concern in setting up a "Y" configuration is that I have some wireless IP webcams on the Airport Extreme that are using port forwarding (both UDP and HTTP) so I can view them from wherever I am on the Internet, not just from within my home network.
What's the best way to make sure the port forwarding from devices on the Airport Extreme subnet works through the "new" router and out through to the Internet? Do I have to open the same ports on the new router? If so, does anyone have an example using the addresses above? Should I just put the Airport Extreme in the DMZ of the new router (so everything is just passed through - or will that allow my test subnet to see the home subnet? Some other way?
Recently Brighthouse figured out that I was using the wireless router they gave me for actual wireless, and decided to shut it off and tell me I need to pay $100 to use wi-fi on the router. So instead, I went out and bought myself my own belkin wireless router, and plugged it into my old one. Now, I don't know if my old router was indeed a router or a modem. The cable from the wall goes into the older router (let's call that NETGEAR) and from there, an ethernet cable goes into the belkin one (we'll call that BELKIN). Before, when I was using the Wi-Fi on the NETGEAR, port forwarding worked fine, except for having to re-forward ports after my dynamic ip changed. Now, because of the BELKIN router, I can't forward anything? I went into the router management at 192.168.2.1 (for the Belkin), went to Virtual servers forwarded the port 25565 No one can connect to my Minecraft server, only when I plug my computer into my NETGEAR with ethernet (hardwire).
I am trying to open port 12000 on my sky dlink router, been trying for a few days now and i just can't nail it. When i log into router, it brings up the sky router page, any one ever setup port 12000 on the sky router page.
I use Bit Torrent to trade Grateful Dead concert recordings (all legit trading). I have Verizon DSL, a Westell 6100G Modem and a Linksys WRT 160N V2 Router. The Modem is located at 192.168.1.1 and the Router at 192.168.2.1. In the router setup page I have properly forwarded and triggered my ports. However, when I visit my torrent site, it tells me that I am firewalled or "NAT". I used to have the Linksys WRT54G Router and it was configured to PPPoE and everything worked fine. One day I did a firmware upgrade on the router and it would no longer connect to the internet. I switched ti to Automatic Configuration - DHCP and it connected, but performance was slow and this NAT issue began. I eventually got the new router and I have the same problem. If I set it to PPPoE, put in he username and password, I lose my internet connection. If set to Automatic Config - DHCP it works, but, again, "NAT".
Verizon told me that this newer modem self configures itself as PPPoE and there is no need to set the router to PPPoE but I can't seem to get these ports forwarded or get around this NAT issue. It is causing a significant loss of performance and while torrenting I can not connect to others, meaning I can not share what I have downloaded (the torrent client won;t upload). I have been screwing with this for months and have spent endless hours on the phone with Verizon - Linksys says my router is out of warranty so they want $39.95/month for tech support.I have been working with the tech support team on my torrent website and they can't get it figured out either.
I want to port forward, so i can broadcast using icecast but it requires me to access my router. I follow the steps from Setting a Static IP Address in Windows 7 - PortForward.com but from step 4 where i have to access my router in my browser,i write my ip which is: 10.0.0.4 according to cmd, and i just get a "Oops! Google Chrome could not connect to 10.0.0.4" message.I have attached a picture showing info from my cmd. It's in danish but i don't think that should be a problem.
RV215W router port forwarding not working.Port forwarding works for a short period of time, then stops working. Reboot router, works again for short period of time, then stops again.
I have updated firmware to latest. I had seen other similar bugs posted for 220 and I think 180, not sure if this router has similar bugs and waiting for fix release to firmware.I had recently purchased two, one deployed, will hold off on other now because of issues, and may have to move to different unit if a resolution not found this week.
I have been having problems with my router. I have a Net gear N300 v2, but I am not asking for support with said router. Forwarding network traffic from the Internet to a server and then have it properly re-routed. I have never done this sorta thing before, but I want to go into a career in I.T. when I'm older. As a side note, I have already figured out that ditching the router requires to have a software DHCP server, which I am using Windows Server 2008 Data center and it's built in role as DHCP server.
DNS is also configured. The modem a Motorola Surf Board is connected directly to a Cisco Catalyst 2950, and that connects all of the rest of the network, also via a 3Com SUper Stack Hub, and a little 8-port HP Advance Stack J2610A, which connects to all of my wireless AP.
I have a Cisco 881 router in my office and I would like to do port forward for port 5060, and 10000 - 20000 to my PABX(192.168.1.61).After I did some research from internet, understand that we need to NAT by using following command to do port forward for port 5060.
ip nat inside source static udp 192.168.1.61 5060 XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX(WAN IP) 5060 extendable.However, now I'm facing an issue to perform port forward for a huge range of ports like 10000 to 20000.It is impossible to ask me add one by one?
I've just changed my router to a Belkin N+ Wireless Router (F5D8235uk4) My home network is on the 10.0.0.0 ip address range.
I changed the routers IP address to 10.0.0.2 (same as my last one) and the subnet is set to 255.0.0.0
My problem is that whilst my PC's are in the 10.0.0.10 to 10.0.0.20 range my NAS ip is 10.10.10.10 and when I go into the port forwarding (virtual servers) settings on the router it only let's me set the last octet with the first three octets set to 10.0.0. and these can't be changed so I can't port forward to my nas.
Surely the virtual servers should be able to forward to any PC in the subnet, not just those in a 255.255.255.0 subnet? I don't want to change my nas IP address even though that would fix this issue.
I am trying to run a server for minecraft, which some of you may know primarily uses Port 25565. I have tried everything that I've seen suggested. I have a Linksys WRT54GS router that I have my 2 xboxes, playstation 3, pc, and wii connected to. Now, I don't use any of these components at the same time. I had an issue with my xbox and the game "Black Ops", where my NAT type was strict, but a microsoft support technician walked me through port forwarding for the xbox, and it worked. My NAT type was displayed as "open" now. This is not the case with Port 25565 however, as even though I've port forwarded 25565 to my static IP i set up for my PC (which is my server PC), Port checking sites such as "Yougetsignal" and a couple of others are still showing no connection for the current external IP and Port 25565.
I went through ipconfig in windows "cmd" and made sure I had all the ip's and subnets and dns' and whatnot correctly entered in my routers configuration page. I went into Windows firewall and put new rules for port 25565 into incoming rules. None of this seems to work. I even shut off the firewall completely (temporarily, mind you), just to eliminate that possibility, to no avail. Still getting negative responses from these sites. I am able to log into my server myself, using "localhost" as the address, but none of my minecraft buddies can get on my server. I've also tried to use Hamachi to set up a server, which doesn't need ports to be forwarded, but although they can join my hamachi network, they can't join the server. Obviously there is more of a problem than just not being able to open ports, and I am at a loss.
Also, I am aware that my external IP, given by my ISP, will change with every disconnect and reconnect of my signal. I got my current IP address during this time and gave that to my buddies so they could join the non-hamachi network. For the Hamachi server I edited my Hamachi network IP into my server software's properties file, where as it would be left blank for my non-hamachi server.
I am finding it impossible to set up port forwarding. No matter what I do I remain completely stealthed when I do a port probe via [URL]... The only way I seem to be able to open a port is if I enable remote management. When I do that, whatever port I specifiy as the remote management port is then fully open. Obviously, I can't leave a port exposed like this and, anyway, I need to open multiple ports for my purposes.
I use modem and router to connect to the internet.When I connect my PC directly to modem port forwarding is working.When I connect my PC through my router the port is closed. I followed instruction for port forwarding.
I'm trying to port forward with the Linksys BEFW11S4, I've followed all the instruction from support website. I went to the Application & Gaming then Port Range Forwarding. I changed the settings so I can access this IP remotely. When I try to log into this IP from a different network it wont let me.
None of the port forwarding settings are working at all on my router. I have just a couple very simple settings. One of them is just an IP camera. I input the name, the TCP port, the computer (IP address) and that's it. This works just fine with my other Netgear router, but with this router, NADA. The router has the latest version of the firmware applied. Just applied it. Hardware version B. Firmware version: 2.10NA. If so, then I really need my money back since it is a main function of a router and it should work. Can't return it now, since I bought it several months ago. Never knew port forwarding didn't work because I never needed it until now.
I am trying to install and use EchoLink on my pc's and they require port forwarding for 5198-5200 but I'm having trouble with theTo IP Address" as I don't know what # to use. It says I can't use 192.168.1.1 since it's the same as the LAN IP address so what do I use? I am trying to follow the instructions on [URL] If I leave it just as 192.168.1. it won't accept it and if I use any other number, it accepts it but I still can't get through.
My first issue with this device is when I try to untick NAT to disable it I lose my internet connection. This also disables access to router's address 192.168.1.1 forcing me to reset the device and set it up all over again. Why is this happening? I tried this at least five times with the same result. Second question I have is if the DHCP reservation is the right option if I want to forward ports for certain applications like Vuze? When the DHCP reservation window opens I see all my wireless devices in the list (laptop, phone) but not the main computer which is connected through ethernet port. But that is yet another problem.
I've got a cable modem, connection is set to Automatic DHCP and I all want is to disable all firewalls, NAT and other unnecessary protection that's slowing my internet speed, set up MAC address filtering, port forwarding and close this terrible software so I never have to see it or think about it ever again.
I just bought a WRT120N wireless router, and have run into some strange problems with port forwarding. I have a two router setup, because my ISP have set it up so i can only use my router from them to get my connection, and then i just have that one connected to my WRT120N. So my setup looks like the following:
The problem is that ONLY the three first ports works. I have forwarded them in the exact same manner, give it a name, put in the same external and internal port, and enable the port forwarding, but according ot can you seeme.org, only 4667, 6112, and 4669 can be seen, the rest is not responding. I even tried to enable port 21, which is a default setting in the router, but it will just not work.I have of course tried to reboot both router and PC, upgraded the routers firmware, but no luck.
I have DIR-615, connected via ethernet. I enabled port forwarding for Quake 3, using the range of 27660-27980 to account for custom server ports. Set schedule to "always" although also did "never" but it didn't make a difference. I checked the FAQs for frequent resets vis a vis application outbound requests, which recommended disable uPnP and this had no effect. Symptom: when Quake 3 attempts to connect to the Master Server, the router resets all connections, LAN and WLAN. It takes approximately 30 seconds to regain connection to WAN, although LAN does not drop. Also during this time, the world sigil on the router itself turns orange. This is the only time this happens, when trying to play Quake 3. Previous router to this one was Linksys (by Cisco) BEFSR41, in which simply setting up port forwarding for the client IP address allowed connection. I can find no particular reason why the router resets all interfaces when blocking a port, if it is indeed the firewall triggering this.
Model: Wireless N 615, DHCP enabled on both sides LAN connect: Category5 to 10/100 NIC onboard to Intel 865GBF Client firewall: none Client OS: Windows XP Professional SP3
I'm a happy user of the E4200 for a few weeks now, and all in all it's a very robust and useful router.Within my network I have a webserver running using both HTTP (TCP 80) and HTTPS (TCP 443). I want to make this webserver available to the internet and so I configure port forwarding to forward port TCP 80 and TCP 443 to my internal webserver. As soon as I now apply these settings, I loose connection to the webinterface of the E4200 and get connected to my internal webserver. I would expect the router would only forward connections coming in through the external interface of the router, however this is apparently not the case (or at least not in my setup). So I tried setting up remote management on a different port to at least allow me to remotely manage the router, but this does not work from my internal network.
Right now, I'm assuming I'm doing something wrong, or have miss-configured something. Is it possible to switch the webadmin port to a different port (like 8080 and 8443)?
I'm trying to configure port forwarding for FTP but in my case it isn't as simple as i assumed ... i have an actiontec router/modem that serves as incoming internet from my provider (FIOS), which i connected to my own router (dir-825). i mainly configure my network on the dlink and leave the actiontec alone.
I've read over the FAQ and followed the normal instructions for port forwarding, but can't seem to get it to work with this particular router, E2500. I have tried both the single port forwarding and the multi port range forwarding, and neither works. I've tried an older WRT54G router and port forwarding works fine on it, so I know it's not my ISP.I'm running the latest firmware provided by Linksys/Cisco.
I currently use a D-Link DIR-655 router on a game server I run and I've been having this problem for sometime now. I have the router hooked up to the internet modem, and then my server computer hooked up to the router's first port. I use port forwarding to forward the game ports, as well as my FTP server ports. I have about 80 clients or so logged in at a time on my server.The issue is the following. Our internet connection has an external IP of 184.108.40.206 (this is just an example). My internal IP is 192.168.0.101.When I do "netstat" to see all the clients logged in to the game server on this computer or when I run Wireshark, every client logged in to the server (for this game application) is shown as having an IP of 220.127.116.11 (the server's external IP).On the other hand, for our FileZilla FTP server, if I run Wireshark/netstat, I can actually see the client's external IP (i.e. each individual IP of people logged into the FTP).If I hook up the server directly to the internet modem, this isn't a problem, and I am able to correctly see the IP of each client logged in to the game server individually.
I recently got a e2500 router and set up the port forwarding for my ps3. But then i go to check the ports to see if they are open and they all stay closed.I have no clue whats wrong as I have entered the port forwarding info correctly as I got guideline from portforward.com but still no luck
I'm trying to forward my ports and I've been following a guide from [URL]. It's simple, but it's not working for me. I couldn't find my router on their list, so I'm assuming the worst and that it's not supported for the Port Forwarding. I just went with the normal WRT54G without the version 8 and tried it that way, I didn't get anything out of that either. It keeps telling me that the port isn't open and I can't receive the information packets that they're sending me.