Routers / Switches :: DVR System Not Accessible From Internet
Nov 6, 2012
I have a DVR system. Which is configure in DMZ on my firewall. DVR internal IP is 192.168.2.13 and external IP is 27.34.xxx.xx. when I am able to access DVR by using internal IP and it works fine while accessing from the internet it not work proper. Though it prompt for username and password also. After enter the login credential its getting blank. I am able to telnet External IP from internet on port 80.
I am trying to connect to my office PCs via VPN and/or RDP. The office uses Qwest DSL and has a dynamic IP address. I use DynDNS.org to keep the DNS updated with the WAN address of the router. However, any attempt to access the network fails. I have tried remote management access (I enabled it on the router) but that fails. I forwarded RDP ports on the router to one of the PCs but can't connect to it. I also set up a VPN server but cannot connect to it either. Something tells me that all requests to myoffice.homeip.net are not getting to my modem/router. I have even tried the IP associated with the name (Yes, I did check that it is correct!) but nothing works there either.
We have got 2 3750 switches in the stack which are connected to access switches with 2 uplink ports . each 1 uplink from each physical stack switch .
Due to some power issue our member switch got rebooted. After the reboot the access switches were not reachable through ping , but i was abe to see access switches in "show cdp neighbour" . Then i rebooted the master switch and member switch one after other . after which i was able to ping the access switches.
I recently ( three days ago ) purchased a SRP 527w and have been using it in a mixed Mac/Windows network. The setup is currently primarily using defaults apart from enabling logging. While I was still able to access the internet with some applications, accessing web content appears to have blocked after approximately 48 hours uptime.
No web pages using port 80 were available and that included the router web interface. The router would respond to ping only.
On a different note. I have to say that I find it very strange that the supplied documentation doesn't advise setting up the router using the admin login. It was only after reading one of the comments on this site that I was alerted to this security problem. I also find it rather annoying that I appear to have to purchase additional support merely to be able to download firmware updates which are designed to give the device improved functionality.
I have a client that just got a second public IP (x.x.x.252) for a new program. I've setup that second IP on their UC540 on the public-facing port and it's accessible all day long from the outside, no problem. The problem comes in where users from within the LAN can't see the new public IP at all; however, they CAN get to the original public IP x.x.x.250. I've looked at the rules every which way and can't see anything that either 1) only allows LAN traffic to get to the original public IP, or 2) a NAT rule that only allows the same thing.
[Disclaimer: I just inherited this client and their setup, so other than me adding the IP and opening ports to it, I didn't program it.]
Here is the port configuration:
! interface FastEthernet0/0 description $FW_OUTSIDE$ ip address 188.8.131.52 255.255.255.248 secondary ip address 184.108.40.206 255.255.255.248 ip access-group 106 in no ip redirects no ip (code )
I can't figure out why .250 is internally-accessible, but .252 isn't. .252 is in the routing table as a directly-connected address, but I also added ip route 220.127.116.11 255.255.255.255 FastEthernet0/0 to the routing table and it still won't go. Everything is controlled by the UC540: The internal servers do not run DNS or DHCP or even a domain. There are no NAT outside rules.
After choosing the option "IPv4 and IPV6 Dual-Stack" in Networking > IPv6 > IP Mode, the router's configuration website is not accessible any more using it's IPv4 address or via remote management (WAN IP). However, all other router services (routing, VPN, etc.) are working fine.
I have a Windows 7 machine that is wired to the router. I have Windows XP computer that is wireless in another room. Signal is showing 80% and internet is accessible and fast from both systems; but, I cannot access either computer from the other computer. I got the IP addresses of each machine and I cannot ping from either direction. Firewalls are turned off on both systems.When I type in \server, I get an error that say I should check my spelling or use the windows Search; but, that doesn't work.
I have a Motorola Affix and am using the app printershare to print from my phone to a network printer at home.. it works great.. but I want to know if there is a way to make the printer accesable from the internet so I can print from pt phone when im not home and connected to the network...accessible
My pc (windows7) will say its connected.. It even says internet access.. But when I click in the Internet?THE WEB PAGE IS NOT AVAILABLE. It says the DNS lookup failed. But the thing is... all my friends bring their laptops over (Mac & Pc) and try work fine. Even my phone catches the wifi perfectly in my house. I started to think maybe it was the laptop but the laptop word great on wifi at my job, my friends house, and pretty much anywhere with wifi but my house. I have wifi through bright house and they came to my house one day but they ended up not doing anything because they can only make sure there device (router) works perfectly. Ok.. So I took the laptop to best buy's geek squad and the guy "reseted my network card" & told me it should e fine when I got home.. Nope. Didn't work. I have spent hours looking trough the Internet trying things that people recommended I do. (start, run, cmd) I've tried it all. It just won't work. I really need this laptop to work at home because I do a lot of work from the pc. I hope somebody on here could point me into the right direction before I give up & toss this laptop in the shed and be forced to purchase a new one.
Would it be possible to make a printer accessible from internet? Need to print a lot of batch printing from my cloud application , in that case can we direct this print job to a specific printer over internet ?
I setup a site to site vpn between location A and location B.The setup is working and both location can see each other. Now the problem is last weekend the vpn is not UP although the Internet is accesibble. The solution is i power off - on the ASA 5510 and the vpn connection is UP again. This already occurs 2 times. The 1st times is 4 month back. The 1st time i thought is nothing, but the 2nd time, I really need to know what wrong?I attach the configuration of the ASA 5510 at location A that i reboot.
How do i connect two internet routers to one IP address range?I currently have one broadband router connected on 172.16.0.3 subnet 255.255.0.0, I have a second line which is a copper ethernet EFM 2Mb line connected using a Cisco 1800 router configured on 172.16.0.254 subnet 255.255.255.0, no DHCP is configured on either router. the dhcp is provided by a windows 2003 server on our LAN which is also configured on the same LAN IP range. if i connect the Cisco router into the same switch as the broadband router my network devices stop working and dont respond.
If i check the broadband router it shows all the connections to it as having the same MAC address as the Cisco router?? if i disconnect the Cisco router everything returns back to normal and works perfectly.What I want to achieve is to be able to run both routers on the same LAN to provide internet access by configuring the pc's to route through a specific router. the DHCP I want to stay routed through my original broadband line. at the same time i want all pc's to access to the lan devices (ie. servers and printers) what the correct configuration would be for the two internet routers would be?
I purchased an IP Cam for my girl friend to monitor her dog, she lives in an apartment complex that provides internet. I have been able to get the camera setup at my house to be accessed through the internet. I have a cable modem and a router, setup a dyndns account, port forwarded my router and boom it worked. Went to my gf's apartment and I didn't think of it at first until I was frustrated, but realized the apartment complex probably has a router of its own. I can access the cam on her LAN but not through the internet.
Internet access is working fine, however I cannot get my computers to work on the network therefore cant share any files or play any network games. The router is set up as DHCP server therefore IPs are automatically assigned, this is setup on the PCs and the router. The work group is also set. Exactly same settings basically as my old router which worked fine but wont on this one! I have 3 wired PCs and a wireless laptop. 2 PCs are windows XP the other is Windows 7 and the laptop is windows 7. The wireless win7 laptop will recognize my win7 wired PC and vice versa and can share everything without problems, but they wont have anything to do with the wired winxp PCs, on top of that the 2 winxp wont recognize each other either so don't think its anything platform specific. I have also tried setting up static IPs for each computer - still no joy.This is a brand new D-Link DIR-655 Rev B1 firmware 2.00
I just got my dad's old notebook (VAIO VPC F223FB) which is better than my older one. So, I did a backup and then managed to clean install a Windows 7 Professional x64.At first I had a problem with the drivers, because the internet wasn't connecting and the USB ports weren't detecting my External Drive. So, I tested other USB port and got it. Installed the drivers and I could connect to the wireless network. But it doesn't detect the ethernet cable! And I want it detecting because then it's faster. I already tried downloading the Ethernet Controller driver. At first, I downloaded through Sony's support site but it didn't recognize the driver. Now, it recognizes but still doesn't connect it. And when I tried Solving Connection Problems, it said the network gateway was accessible but Windows can't receive Internet network traffic.
I have IIS running in a machine inside my network and I would like to make is visible to the world wide web.To do that, I created a website in the port 8787, which is accessible when the user types 192.168.0.126:8787 in the browser. Of course it works only when the user is inside my network.(IIS running over windows server 2008 OS)Now I want to make it visible to the WWW, so I created a rule to make a port forwarding to it:I went to: Advanced > Virtual Servers and created a rule with the given information:
enabled Name: website private ip: 192.168.0.126 protocol: both private port: 8787 public port: 8787 Schedule: always
This rule created automatically a firewall rule
Enabled Alow Source: WAN * Destination: LAN 192.168.0.126 Protocol: * Port range:8787 always
Unfortunately it isn't enough, if I type myPublicIp:8787 I can't access the website because I either get "connection reset" error or a timeout.I pluged my computer directly in my modem and it worked perfectly.To make a test, I tried to enable the router remote administration on the port 10001. It didn't work.ps: my wireless router is a dlink di-524, I am writing this in this forum because I couldn't find the one related to my router...
with a networking issue that I'm having with the 2nd computer I have trying to connect to the interntet via my Westell 7500 DSL router. I ran the diagnostic tool on the NIC to make sure it working correctly and it is, and so is the cable according the tools; I also verified that myself via unplugging/plugging the cable into the router and it detects eachMy other 2 computers work fine via the router.Here is the ipconfig info;Host Name:XXXXXXPrimary Dns Suffix: (blank)Node Type: HybridIP Routing Enabled: NoWINS Proxy Enabled: NoEthernet Adapter Local Area Connection:Connection-specific DNS suffix: (blank)Description: Intel(R) 82562V-2 10/100 Network ConnectionPhysical Address: 00-1D-09-8D-34-3BDHCP Enabled: Yes
Some day, then my internet jut died. then I got the router restarted(unplugged the electricity and plugged it back in) and it worked for like a day and then it died again. I restarted the router again Internet worked and then some hours later it died again.This problem only happens to me and not anyone else in the house.I'm connected from my pc with and ethernet cable to a switch/HUB where it's then connected to the router.
I changed the setting from static to dynamic and the switch froze up. all lights on the panel flashed, when they stopped the system light on the left side continued to flash. I tryied unplugging unit as well as depressing the reset for longer than 30 seconds. Unit still the same.
I'm new to the Cisco forums and new to Cisco switches. We just purchased 3 new SGE2010P's and 2 SGE2000P's last week and delivered on Monday.It basically boils down to this. After configuring the system time and hitting Apply and the saving the Running config to the Boot Config and then Restarting the switch the time and date do not remain configured. It other settings but not the date and time.
We have a VOIP system with 1 physical NIC attached to our SG500X. It has a virtual MAC address along with the physical MAC address. It has 2 IP addresses tied to it.
I can ping the physical IP address, but can only ping the virtual address from the same vlan as the virtual nic. However, if I clear the arp table, a few pings will go through until they all time out again. This is causing problems on my phone system, and I need to establish this communication. I have tried putting in static MAC and ARP entries, but that does not work.
I have an ARRIS modem supplied by Comcast cable. I have an hp pavilion x1958 and want to run internet service to a secondary computer from the same modem. And I don't have money to buy a router. How can I do this the cheapest way?
I have a Netgear WNR3500L with a Comcast cable modem. The internet was running slow so I rebooted everything. After that I could not see the internet. I tried to reset the Netgear Router, shut down and restart and still the same problem. I plugged the computer directly into the cable modem and everthing works just fine. I'm guessing something happened to the Netgear router but I don't know if it is a setting or something happened to the router itself. The router is about a year old. I can use the default 192.168.1.1 to get into the router but I'm not sure what settings I should try to change.