Report • #8 guapo November 12, 2011 at 17:30:48 aravindk wrote:"When I try to connect it from an external computer over the internet, then 69.117.132.xxx:8080 is not reachable."That's ^^ the most It works normally. No more Microsoft Security Bulletins after January 2017 [Security] by chachazz654. And, you can change the port to forward. his comment is here
This is getting old now, lol. Then i configured port forwarding on it to try what I did with the WRT54G as above and then I relogged into my FreeBSD box from outside(a CGI server on the The Linksys WRT54G router's default IP Address is: 192.168.1.1 Once you have finished entering your router's IP address in the address bar click the enter button on your keyboard. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Morbid 0 Newbie Members 0 9 posts Posted September 7, 2007 · Report post I set both my IP, and
I understand that US uses less wireless channels, but that's not a problem since wireless is to be disabled on this one. DaRotor, Jul 1, 2005 #21 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Page Your name or email address: Do you already have an Hokum Enemy Engaged Comanche vs. Retried everything.
I'm assuming that when port forwarded, you are connecting with a telnet application from outside using your ISP assigned IP for the front side of the WRT as delivered to it Report • #9 aravindk November 12, 2011 at 17:51:46 i changed it to 0 to 8080 for forwarding. Driller Online Xbox 360 Ms. Whatismyip Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading...
old_forum_Jokusimo Posts: 32Joined: Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am Top Re: Linksys WRT54G, not working as intended by old_forum_tedtrp » Thu Jul 10, 2008 8:10 pm Ok.#1 The Vista computer Rdp Port Loading... it's definately a firmware problem from linksys. I'm back at work now, will go home tonight and give the WRT54G another shot before I give up on it totally.
We will walk you through each step in opening a port for the Linksys WRT54G router. Ip Address old_forum_Jokusimo Posts: 32Joined: Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am Top Re: Linksys WRT54G, not working as intended by old_forum_tedtrp » Mon Jul 07, 2008 9:25 pm Please change your IP The problem was I couldn't flush out all the rules in it before inserting my own set of rules. Which is better Tomato or DDRT? · actions · 2013-Nov-9 9:32 pm · phantom99bjoin:2008-08-04Chillicothe, IL110.9 12.0
Then, "https://AP's_external_IP_address" with no port indication. "https://AP's_external_IP_address:8080" still works at the same time to access the AP. browse this site I think some DVRs permit setting up a media port and I beleive that is is for use with smartphones. Wrt54gs Port Forwarding port forwarding wrt54g share|improve this question asked Jan 15 '12 at 8:04 Severo Raz 1238 migrated from serverfault.com Jan 15 '12 at 9:07 This question came from our site for system Open Port Checker This feature is not available right now.
If I'm incorrect could you please provide me with an example that might work?I'd like to skip the Port Triggers, because as you said, they're in reliable.I also tried UPnP, but this content This way, you can reset to defaults via a 30-second reset button, the only safe way according to the wisdom pronounced here, from hard-won experience, reflash, then upload your configuration file, I bet you can get it right! Even then I'm still stuck with a router that cannot port forward. Ipchicken
I'm considering installing some other formware, like openwrt to see what happens, but it looks like some pretty stupid bug on linksys firmware. A Firewall blocks incoming connections by nature. In my router I have this set up. weblink PlatinumCCTV 40,155 views 3:22 Loading more suggestions...
You tell me :)I'm also using a Windows XP computer, which is connected to the Linksys router with Buffalo WHR-HP-G54, with Tomato firmware to enable the wireless client mode. You could put 192.168.1.150 in the DMZ as a test. All of the other WRT's behind it are acting in WDS or Client roles with other "192.168.1.x" IP's, or whatever.) You can forward the HTTP interfaces for routers behind the AP
Computing.Net and Purch hereby disclaim all responsibility and liability for the content of Computing.Net and its accuracy. Could the advanced wireless settings have anything to do with this?http://i349.photobucket.com/albums/q378/Jokusimo/advancedsettings.jpgTook a few more screenshots while I was at it.Firewall settingshttp://i349.photobucket.com/albums/q378/Jokusimo/firewallsettings.jpgPort mappingshttp://i349.photobucket.com/albums/q378/Jokusimo/portmappings.jpgHere's the Buffalo's status screen. malfeasance, Jun 28, 2005 #17 el_magnifico Network Guru Member ADSL2MUE Yo Manxi. Doesn't matter, I guess, if you got it to work.
You will have to use it in bridge mode to use a router behind it properly. You should now be on a page that says Firewall in the left sidebar of the page. It's easy to draw a conclusion here =) rjlouro, Jun 8, 2005 #9 malfeasance Network Guru Member Alchemy =D> Yeah, I forgot to include in my post that I was check over here This means that you are forwarding correctly, the software firewall is configured correctly, and the programs's server is running. #2 Closed for what you are trying to do while not the
After spending hours trying to work this I've managed to figure out most of it. Hopefully I can still forward one set of ports to a different set internally.