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PostPosted: Thu Jun 10, 2004 9:24 am    Post subject: Setup Problems (box behind router) Reply with quote Back to top

OK I have a few computers and I am running a server so I need access from work. I had the Motorola Box in front of the router for a long time, and then I got the letter from Comcast saying "Hey You Stop Using 2 IPs!". This was news to me, but when I checked, sure enough I was using 2 IPs, one for the Motorola Box and 1 for the Router.

So I tried setting the Motorola Box to forward some ports to my router. Did not work. So I tried using the DMZ feature...still could not get to my servers. So I moved the Motorola Box behine my router and gave it a static IP which resulted in 4 blinks. I has forwarded 53, 69, 123 (I think), 5060-5063, and 10000-20000 (that is from memory since I am at work so it may be a bit off). Nothing but 4 blinks. I tried DMZ although this would not meet my purposes, I just wanted to see a bloody solid green light. And I got...4 blinks.

I moved it back to the outside for now and have 2 IPs. I really don't want this setup so any help would be appreciated. I am using the newest beta firmware from linksys that includes QoS support.

Does anyone have this working and running a server at the same time. How do you have it set up.

Thanks in advance.

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 10, 2004 10:31 am    Post subject: Re: Setup Problems (box behind router) Reply with quote Back to top

SCuM wrote:
OK I have a few computers and I am running a server so I need access from work. I had the Motorola Box in front of the router for a long time, and then I got the letter from Comcast saying "Hey You Stop Using 2 IPs!". This was news to me, but when I checked, sure enough I was using 2 IPs, one for the Motorola Box and 1 for the Router.

So I tried setting the Motorola Box to forward some ports to my router. Did not work. So I tried using the DMZ feature...still could not get to my servers. So I moved the Motorola Box behine my router and gave it a static IP which resulted in 4 blinks. I has forwarded 53, 69, 123 (I think), 5060-5063, and 10000-20000 (that is from memory since I am at work so it may be a bit off). Nothing but 4 blinks. I tried DMZ although this would not meet my purposes, I just wanted to see a bloody solid green light. And I got...4 blinks.

I moved it back to the outside for now and have 2 IPs. I really don't want this setup so any help would be appreciated. I am using the newest beta firmware from linksys that includes QoS support.

Does anyone have this working and running a server at the same time. How do you have it set up.

Thanks in advance.

SCuM


I have it working just fine behind a router with other servers and with NO ports forwarded. Although I'm not using the Linksys now (for reasons not related to its performance) I have used it in the recent past with both the stock and Sveasoft firmware.

I'd go back to square one...
Reflash the router back to the stock firmware or at least turn off all the QoS and port forwarding.
Remove any DHCP assignments.
Reboot the router and let it come all the way up.
Reboot the MTA.

Is the MTA actually configured with a static IP address or is its MAC address programmed into the Linksys so it gets the same address from DHCP every time?

The MTA sends SIP "keep-alives" to Vonage every 15 seconds or so which should keep the reverse path open in the firewall for a port in the 5060-5063 range. When a call starts, the outbound packets do the same for a port in the 10000-20000 range (although usually it's no higher than 10005).
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 10, 2004 1:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

I have my MTA behind a router and only have port 5061 and 10000-10011 forwarded to the MTA's IP address, which is assigned by dhcp.
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 10, 2004 1:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Oh, and behind the same router, I have a dns, ftp, web, smtp, and pop3 servers all running okay.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 14, 2004 7:11 am    Post subject: More Info Reply with quote Back to top

I had a similar problem and solved it by getting all my directions straight.

My solution was to put the right gateway to the Moto box. I work with static IP, so I put in my Moto Ip (close to the DSL), same mask, Gateway was the DSL's IP. And the DNS the phone company gives me.

I did nothing to the ports.

I hope this helps.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 14, 2004 12:51 pm    Post subject: What I did Reply with quote Back to top

I had the same issue for a while. My problem was that I forgot to give the correct gateway when I assigned the static IP on the Vonage box(a motorola one)

No port forwarding is really needed, and I use a linksys router as well, with multiple computers behind the router, and one wireless computer that I use to VPN to work as well.
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