Netgear Wnr2000v3 - Port Forwarding Not Working / Still Closed
Dec 4, 2012
I have a Netgear wnr2000v3 Router connected to my Motorola Surfboard Gateway.I have a freePBX Server (virtual running off of VMware Workstation 8) that needs ports 10001-20000 and 5060 forwarded to the server at 192.168.1.110
I added the portforwarding as in this photo:
When I use a port tester it still says "Port 5060 is closed"I have also turned off Windows Firewall. What else could be blocking these ports?
I have a problem trying to forward ports needed for steam: my connection to internet looks like this Cisco epc3212 cable modem -> netgear wnr3500v2 ->my pc, all via ethernet cable I set up static ip for my pc and forwarded ports in router but after checking results on web port scanners it only changed from timed out to closed. I have no firewalls, neither on my pc or router, i called my isp and they told me they don't block any ports. I have windows 7. After trying dmz all my ports remain closed except for 3389 which is remote access for windows. I.ve been working on this for past few hours and i'm loosing my mind .
When ever I try to port foward It always says the ip adress should be in the same subnet as the lan ip adress when i'm using my public ip adress then I changed my ip adress to the public ip and it worked but no one can't get in the server.
I'm trying to set up a Minecraft server so I can appear to be a hero to my 8 year old son. I have to forward a port to 25565 adn I've followed all the instructions on how to do this on my netgear DGND3700v2. I've also turned off my Windows 7 firewall, but when I go to a test website, I still get a message saying the port is closed. I don't have a static IP address, is this absolutely critical or does it just mean that the boys will have to log on to a new IP address each time they want to play?
i have a 54G wireless home router ..... successfully port fowarded an application from a CPU (server).... but after no connection made from the user to the server..... it suddenly close the application ..... so what i did is to reboot the router in order to refresh the connection ...... Is there any other ways to fix this sudden close of the ports ?
I have followed all instructions to forward port 22 on my netgear router WNDR 3400v2. It says it forwarded but according to port tracker. Its closed. I am having this with two different locations. All IP addresses are correct and the router can ping them. It just wont open. Using SSH program for port 22 access.
I am trying to filter her website visits. I have a list of sites blocked at the router, but sometimes the ipod gets around this. I set the ipod to a static ip. Now is there anyway to block certian websites to this IP only?can't with laptop but can with the ipod via facebook. I thought I read someplace that you can block sites to a users static ip or mac address. I haven't been able to find it in my router settings. Im using a netgear wnr2000v3.
I bought a Netgear wnr2000v3 about a year ago and everything was running fine for months. There are 8 devices connected to the router, 3 directly connected, 2 over wifi and 3 passing a switch.
Now, since approx. a month, it happens like once a week that the connection to the modem crashes and I'm unable to access the internet for about 3-4 hours anymore. I'm still able to connect to the router, where it is stated that there's no internet connection. When I connect a pc directly to the modem, everything is fine, so there doesn't seem to be any problems with my ISP.
I updated to the last firmware, tried it out with only 1 device connected to the router, reset factory defaults, rebuilt the physical setup.. Is there a way to gain access to internal log files?
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?
At work, our proxy blocks everything except for HTTP(S), FTP, and a small handful of other company-specific ports on the _outbound_ connection. On my router, I like to port-forward SSH to my Linux computer server at home but since at work IT blocks out-bound SSH, I have to masquerade the SSH port-forward on my server to get past the corporate proxy. Normally, I've done this in the past by doing something like WAN:9090 (allowed by my IT) --> LAN:22 in my router's port forwards to get SSH routed to my Linux box from the web.
I recently purchased a Netgear FVG318 and it doesn't look like it supports this kind of configuration. In the Security->Firewall Rules->Inbound Rules section of the router configuration I see how to do a port-forward but they only have a drop-down selection of common protocols and will simply 1:1 forward the ports. It doesn't look like it allows to do mis-matched ports on the forward like I'd like to do.
I have set my Netgear WGR614 to a static IP, and I have tried port forwarding but I can't. I've tried disabling SPI Firewall and it still don't work. I have also tried enabling bridge settings on my connection in my modem settings, but that just wouldn't let me back on my internet. How I can port forward?I have a westell 610015.
I have an arris broadband modem combo and the wifi signal in the basement is poor I tryed to connect a netgear n 300 wireless router (wnr2000v3) to extend the wifi with an ethernet cable but the neatgear router does not have an internet connection.
I have a Netgear WRG614 and a Westell 610015 Modem. I need Port Forwarding. I have tried setting up a static IP then Port Forwarding but it doesn't work. I have tried port forwarding from the modem but it doesn't work. I wanna forward ports "80, 9958, and 5816". The reason is because I am gonna host a game server on my computer.
I just updated the firmware on the WNR1000v3 router. However all the port forwarding configs that were set up previously have become "ghosts". They do not show up on the list nor work, but I cannot add a new entry.
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 am trying to set up a custom service on my netgear configuration page. I have a netgear router model# Wnr834m. every time i click the "add custom service" button the page redirects to "system authentication failed" and logs me out. What can i do to set up the new port?
I am trying to make a server in the game Halo combat evolved for the PC, but i need to forward 3 ports, ports: 80, 2302, and 2303, i did them all, but it still says they are all still closed, when I scan them or they say, its times out.I have a D-Link router.
I had an old linksys router running DDWRT. I bought a new Asus RT-N16 and finally set it up. I had to just duplicate the settings by hand as you cannot back them up across different hardware models even though both are running DDWRT.
I hooked up the new router and everything was working great, until I decided to check one of my port forwards. Turns out its not working, I can't connect through my DynDNS assigned dns name. Assuming I configured something wrong, I compared the settings of the two routers. Nothing interesting, it is set up right.
From there I decided to just hook the old router up, assuming I overlooked something. So I mess around with all the cables, and then, to my surprise, IT STILL DIDN'T WORK.
A few points of interest:My Static IPS are set up right. My server has the proper IP My home IP did not change. DynDns has the right IP. I rebooted all the network equipment and server... just for the hell of it. I tried changing a port forward to point to my main PC and that failed too.
We operate a home office network (workgroup) of 6 older PCs running Windows XP SP3.It's a Windows based network using a designated "home" PC as a server, and until recently we were using ethernet cables and a hub/switch for sharing files which worked well because we only share small document files, no music or video.The workgroup does not have a shared internet connection, we don't want or need one for what we do, although the individual PC's can connect to the web using USB dongles just for checking e-mail.Recently the ethernet hub died and I decided to take the opportunity to upgrade to wireless file sharing.None of the PCs have inbuilt wireless adapters so I bought a D-Link USB wireless adapter for each PC.I also bought a Netgear N300 router, thinking that this was suitable entry level equipment for wireless file sharing. Now I'm not so sure.So far I was unable to install the router on the "home" PC because the installation CD seems to assume that the router will be used for sharing an internet connection and does not seem to offer an installation option without a standalone modem. How to install this type of router to create a closed home wireless network without a shared internet connection.
I want to setup port forwarding in my office router so that i can access my lan computer (192.168.0.122) from any where in the world through (remote desktop connection)I have (D-Link (DIR-615)) router. I went to virtual server option. then i select application name as Remote desktop then public port as (3389), protocol (both), Schedule (Always).My lan computer ip address (192.168.0.122), private port (same 3389), inbound filter (allow all). then i clicked save settings. Then the router took 20 seconds to save. then i close the browser.Then i asked my brother to connect through remote desktop connection who is on the skype and he is in different country and that time he is in office. So he put my router public ip address (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:3389) in this format but unable to connect.
I have a DSL modem (custom made and branded by my ISP) which is receiving a DSL stream... it has an external IP which is visible to the world, say, 188.8.131.52 ... This modem has DHCP enabled, has an internal IP for itself, which is 192.168.1.1 .. it is connected to 2 laptops via and ethernet cable .. Laptop 1 has IP 192.168.1.2, and Laptop 2 has IP 192.168.1.3 ...On Laptop 1, two applications are running, jDownloader and Media Player Classic, which have their web interfaces on ports 8765 and 13579,respectively.. I can access both of these web interfaces from Laptop 2 by opening these addresses: 192.1681.2:8765 and 192.168.1.2:13579 ... both of their web interfaces open up, meaning the web interfaces are working fine ..Moving on, I now want to access these web interfaces from outside my network as well, and so I've configured port forwarding in my DSL modem to forward all traffic on ports between 8000 and 14000 (both TCP and UDP) to IP 192.168.1.2 ... I have verified that port forwarding is working by testing it using PortForward.com's port checker tool, and this website too: Open Port Check Tool - Test Port Forwarding on Your Router When I use the website, if I'm running the applications on Laptop 2, the website reports that the port is open .. if I then close the application, the website reports the port is closed ... This makes sense as nothing is listening on my machine in the latter case .. Also, if I disable port forwarding in my modem, again, the website reports the port is closed ... so, the website's results seem to be okay ...
Despite the above tools reporting that port forwarding is working, I am unable to open the web interfaces from outside my network ... So for example, if I tried to browse 184.108.40.206:8765 or 220.127.116.11:13579, nothing opens in my browser ... But if I accessed these web server's locally from Laptop 3, by typing in 192.168.1.2:8765 or 192.168.1.2:13579, they opened ... The tools report unanimously that port forwarding is working, and yet I am unable to open the web interfaces from outside the network ..Also note that I have disabled the firewall from my computer, and have also made sure that any option in the above programs (whose web interfaces I am trying to open) that says only local connections are to be accepted, is disabled ...
My modem/router is Riger and model is DB108-WL. I had set Port Forwarding in my modem/router configuration page using web [URL] had disable the uPNP setting in both the modem/router and camera setting page. Besides, also disable the firewall on the modem/router and on my laptop (Windows firewall and McAfee antivirus)My camera static IP address details are listed as below:
I am able to access my IP Camera using local LAN network by using web [URL] but unable to access from external network WAN using internet by using web http://*External IP Address*:8080 My ISP provide a dynamic external IP address so my external IP Address will change each time I connect to internet network. To trace this, I used IPchicken website IP Chicken - Whats my IP address? ip address lookup to identify my modem/router Public IP address. I used my smartphone to access this external IP Address in order to prevent NAT Loopback issue but still can not access.
1) Do I need to have my host computer turn on at home in order for me to access the IP Camera from external WAN network which is internet from anywhere outside? Or just turn on my modem/router and IP Camera will do?
2) I had read a lot of blogs and forums from the past 2 weeks about Port Forwarding. From one of the forum, it mentioned need to setup 2 ports for Port Forwarding in order to get IP Camera access from external network. One for web interface which use port 80 and another one for video streaming which is port 1024. So, is it true for every IP Camera to configure 2 ports forwarding in order to get access from external network?
3) If I can access the IP Camera from local LAN network, does it mean my laptop Windows firewall and McAfee antivirus setting is ok for access from external network?
4)Is it a reliable method to use smartphone as a test to try out whether my setting is ok to access the IP Camera from external network? My smartphone is Android 2.3 OS and able to access the IP Camera when connected to my modem/router using WIFI (local LAN access). When key in external IP address using 3G network, it can not access.
I'm having a problem with port forwarding on my 1941W router.I would like to forward ports 8001 and 2001 TCP from Internet to a local host on the internal network.I am able to connect to the local host from the internal network, but it does not work from the Internet.
Here is my config:
version 15.0 service timestamps debug datetime msec service timestamps log datetime msec no service password-encryption ! hostname Router1
Port Forwarding Bug - Working but not working? I'm so pissed as I've been working on it for hours and it still doesn't work. The only additional information apart from the ones located in the link is that in the security log something about the NTP.
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 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.
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 have some hardware on my internal network which I want to send udp packets. I can connect using telnet to it prooving that TCP and port forward works but when I try to send a UDP packet externally it fails.I can however send the same packet internally and port forwarding works fine.My router is Linksys by Cisco WAG320n.
I was changing the port forwarding configuration when suddenly the router stopped working, and now the "D-Link" light is constantly on, and the power light and the 4 LAN lights are flashing. Nothing worked, resetting, or unplug and plug again in a short time.
I disconnected it for 12 hours, and when I plugged in again, it kinda worked, and the settings where factory defaults, so when I tried to connect it to DSL via PPoE, when ( I believe ) it reboots to accept the changes, it starting flashing again and completely stopped working.
So I waited 12 hours more unplugged, plugged it and it worked, and the setting from 12 hours earlier were still there. But when trying to connect to the DSL it stopped working AGAIN.
Now I don't know what to do. I guess I am going to keep trying connecting with little differences, until something.
I believe it still has warranty but since the is no official service in Uruguay, it isn't economically viable to send it overseas.
I am currently connected directly to the DSL, sharing connection to other computers through a switch and hosting an ad-hoc wireless network, but the performance is terrible and the wireless range is minimal.