Im using a Linksys E4500 wireless router behind a Motorola SB6121 modem. My OS is Windows 7 and it is fully up to date. In general my entire network is working well. Now I have purchased a new IP surveillance camera and need to forward a port to be able to have remote viewing of the camera. Mi ISP blocks quite a few inbound ports including 80 so I have been trying a lot of ports all over the map to find something that will allow inbound access.
After several hours, nothing I have tried works, using a couple of different port probes including one called CanYouSeeMe I always get a "timed out" message. I have disabled the firewall in the router and on the local computer and still no luck. This says to me that either Cox is blocking nearly all ports (doubtful) or the modem is blocking access to the router somehow.
The Surfboard modem doesn't have a built in router. Unfortunately I don't have an old working modem to put in the circuit.
I don't guess it matters but the camera is accessible from all other local computers on the LAN using its IP address with a port number appended (right now it's using 8000).
I have just upgraded my AIM and Skype messengers and now it won't let me sign in. I did before with my old versions. It is saying that my internet connection is bad which it is not. I have looked up ports in my Yahoo messengers, Control Panel and Bit Torrent still nothing.
my WRT54G has been configured to block any and all incoming connections.continue to have disabled all port forwarding, port triggering, the DMZ, and QoS, via the applicable tabs under the [Applications & Gaming] Panel. The WRT54G continues to be configured to operate as a Gateway.No static routes are defined. The routing table show four entries, none of which are remarkable or match in anyway the partial address identified above.So I am under the impression that my WRT54G should be ignoring everything from the WAN-side.Even pinging the WAN-side of my router from the outside internet times out.My WRT54G ver 6 is at firmware level 1.02.8, which, as far as I can tell is the latest issued by Cisco.I am completely perplexed how such a connection is being established, and do not know if it is or has the potential of causing any harm. My own research indicates port 520 is typically used for RIP protocol, but I have almost zero knowledge of such.
how to: port forwarding to 2 different destinations based on incoming WAN port
The default HTTP service works fine: TCP80/80-> 192.168.0.55
I have a couple of IP security camera's I'd like to be able to access remotely that also listen on port 80. I tried TCP & UDP 8009/8009-> 192.168.0.9 without any luck. Not sure how to handle the port redirects on the RV042G? Seems simple and was on the Symantec, could be user training :-)
I was able to do port redirect with the Symantec Firewall I'm replacing.
I want to know how could I configure a Router Cisco DDR2201v1 for watching my CCTV System from anywhere with a internet connection. I already try to open a port in the NAT virtual server configuration but it didn't work.
E4500 local network IP is 10.10.XXX.XXX and the DHCP server also starts with this subnet. My network is 192.168.XXX.XXX based but if I manually chahge the routers IP I can no longer access it. I do not use DHCP as this is in bridge mode. Why is this setup this way...CCC?
I just got a new E4500 and plugged a blank 2TB drive into it (Windows shows it is formatted NTFS) which was originally plugged into my WRT-610. I'm moving my media files and when it hits a 50+GB video it reports that there is not enough space to move the file. Smaller files are moving just fine.
I'm using Cisco Connect Cloud to connect to my E4200 router. I wish to open my NAT type as currently its moderate on all games.Where the hell is the area to add the port ranges?? Is it even an option on the new connect cloud? If it is, it doesn't make it very easy to find. Would be allot easier if you had a tab/app for "Gaming/Applications" like you did previously.
Have a E4200 with version 1.0.04 firmware.Been trying to open 9000 to access my buffalo media server remotely. Have set up both Single Port and Port Range Forwarding for port 9000.On trying to access media server, get message " could not connect to xxx.xxx.x.xxx:9000"Using online Open Ports Checkers shows this port is closed.
- Tried disabling all firewalls. - tried range of ports - Enabled/Disabled UPnP - tried cisco & buffalo tech support
I purchased a Cisco 1750 router. I was able to access my cameras from my iPhone before I setup this router. Now I can get my cameras to work. I need to setup port 80. I followed the instructions on how to do it but for some reason the cameras do not work on my iPhone.
i sold off my e4200 & brought a e4500 .The e4200 has had a 2 TB W.D external drive attached ,i stream movies to a sat pvr in the .ts format .The problem is i set the e4500 up & it deleted my .ts files not once but 3 times.when i brought the e4500 i did roll the firmware back to the classic non cloud firmware.the third time i had turned the router off & once swtiched back on my files were gone .should i safely remove the drive from the set up ? what if i have a power failure?
I just bought a Linksys E4500. I would like some support to configure the settings regarding the 5 Ghz Bandwidth.I need to fill out the cells for Server Radius IP and port.Which are the best setting for this section?
I own an E4200 and my wife and I use Goodreader on our ipads at home. To add docs to goodreader we need to connect to the ipads ip on port 8080 but the E4200 is blocking all traffic for it. How can I open port 8080 for our 2 ipads?
I am having a NAT issue with my two xboxes. The router is an e1000 v2.1 firmware 2.1.02. One xbox is wired into the router and the other has a wireless adapter. The wireless xbox gets open nat automatically, while the wired one's nat is strict. If i mess with DMZ and turn UPnP off i can get the wired to be open but the wireless one to be strict. Also port forwarding does not seem to work because only one or the other xboxes will get an open NAT. I do have the the correct ports in the port triggering section set to on but that does not seem like it works.
I have a licensing server. Other computers need to turn on a program, they send a message to the licensing server, and it responds that they have permission to run.Until today the licensing server was plugged into its own ethernet wall socket and configured with a static IP address. Today I put a router into that wall socket and now the server's plugged into the router.The router (WRT-54G) was set to the static IP - and now the internet on its network works. I set all ports to be forwarded to the server's internal IP address - and now my programs can detect and ping it. But now the server won't send back permissions to use licensed software, or even reply with a list of the software which it can license.
I have linksys E4500 and I would like to be able to see the website visited vs ip address.Is there a way to enable same or achive same via parental controls.Again I do not want to block a website but monitor which websites are visited. Is this achievable via router or an additional software/hardware required to be used with router
Not sure if I have a defective router, but if I unplug it I then need to wait at least a half hour to plug it back in. Anytime sooner and it won't broadcast a SSID or connect to the modem. This is a huge inconvenience if you want to change router settings and then you need to restart.
Latest firmware with CCC corrupted after power outage. I reseet the e4500 several times and tried to reload the firmware and still no good. Only way I got it back up is to install the older non-CCC version 2.37. Strange all was fine until the power outage. Not sure if I should even bother to upgrade to 2.38 again.
Just purchased a Cisco RV110W for our small business. We were told this was easy for us to use and secure enough for our small office and for our travelling sales staff to access our website.
We purchased 2 dedicated IP-addresses, 126.96.36.199 for access to one server, and 188.8.131.52 for access to a second server (these IP-Addresses given are just an example; not real).
These come into the single RV110W WAN port. The two servers are plugged into 2 of the 4 LAN ports.
But the WAN setup page only accepts one WAN IP-Address. So when we put in 184.108.40.206, the outside world can HTTPS into one server, but we don't know how to get them to HTTPS to the second server when the other staff uses 220.127.116.11.
In summary, how to use the RV110W admin panel to forward the HTTPS/SSL traffic from 18.104.22.168 to one server (setup internally on 192.168.10.20), and the HTTPS/SSL traffic from 22.214.171.124 to the other server (setup internally on 192.168.20.20 using the VLAN setup on this router)?
Just purchased the E4500 today and install failed on both machines. Install starts and then fails to finish.I have contacted support via chat and was given manual instructions and the router will not connect to either machine.Are there known issues with the Cisco Connect software not installing?
The chat support person finally dropped out of the chat and the router remains in an unusable state.I currently had to cable wired connection of laptop to get an internet connection.
I have only recently noticed a HUGE decrease in my Utorrent speeds, so i thought i would have a gander and lo and behold.apparently the port Utorrent uses wasn't open. Now, i have tried about 10 different port numbers, made sure Utorrent is being accepted by Norton 360 Firewall,followed complicated directions to (i think) foward ports, and also follow directions to open a specific port.Nothing has worked so far, Utorrent still comes back with a port closed error.
due to location issues, I have to use the E4500 as a 2nd router. I have a Netgear router setup as the primary router connected to the internet, this acts as my firewall. The E4500 connected to the netgear and it route all traffic fine. The only issue I have is port forwarding to E4500. I've setup the FTP server on the E4500 and can access it via the internal network. Then on the netgear I forward the FTP port 21to the E4500. But it doesn't seem to work.
I know when I forward all my other ports, it works just fine. If I setup a FTP server on an other machine and forward that the port it works, just not the E4500. I've disabled all firewall settings on the E4500, and still nothing.