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PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 1:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

I read your first post, but I am 1) not familar with the Motorola (I have the Linksys), and 2) not understanding what this "destination IP" represents.

When you say that the IP Lease at the destination changes.. what computer is that.. your home computer you are trying to connect to? Also, when you say that the Vonage Router makes you enter in a destination IP, what does this refer to? I was assuming that it referred to port forwarding, but if not, then I am failing to understand what this destination IP is.

Usually setting up port forwarding is a matter of specifying what port to act on, and what IP to forward the request to. Is this not so with the Motorola?

I'd really like to help you out, and the above info would be helpful.
Thanks.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 1:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Okie.............

The Vonage Motorola router under Advanced Port Forwarding, requires you to enter the destination IP which would be in this instance my work PC. This IP Lease changes daily so it would be inconvenient to say the least to do it this way.

I Want to do this: ISP/Cable Modem/Wireless Router/Home PC/Vonage Motorola Router/Telephone.

I would assume that I could simply connect the Vonage Motorola Router from the WAN port to a LAN port on my wirless router. I would also assume that I would not need to connect my home PC to the Vonage router but simply connect it to my wireless router, since the Vonage router would just be acting as a phone adapter. If I try this would I need to disable DHCP or anything else on the Vonage Motorola router?? Would or should this configuration work??
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 1:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

peterfl wrote:
Okie.............

The Vonage Motorola router under Advanced Port Forwarding, requires you to enter the destination IP which would be in this instance my work PC. This IP Lease changes daily so it would be inconvenient to say the least to do it this way.


Ok, this is where you are going wrong. That destination IP should definitely *not* be your work PC. Your work PC has absolutely no bearing in this equation. The destination IP is the PC you want to forward requests to, which in this case is one of your home PCs on your network. If you are using DHCP on your network, you will probably have issues because the router may give your PC a different IP when your lease is up. I would suggest using a static IP for the machine you want VNC to run on.

Ok, so maybe you still don't agree, but I urge you to try it out. Put in your computer's IP (192.168.?,?) in the destination IP and give it shot. As the previous poster had mentioned, your ISP will not give you a static IP, so you will always need to know what your current IP address on the Internet is. You can sign up for a free DynDNS service to map a domain name to your ISP assigned IP, but I realize you don't want any services/application. No problem... you'll simply need to always know your assigned IP.

By the way... if you really really want the wireless router in front of the Vonage router.. your proposed setup should work. You don't need to disable DHCP on the Vonage router as long as no computers are connected to it. You may however need to loop a cable from the Internet port of the router to a numbered port of the router. In the case of the RT31... the phone adapter will not operate unless it detects a cable in the Internet port.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 2:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Peterfl,

I know that you don't think we're right, but seriously -- please refer to the user guide for the 2442 (2442 User Guide), specifically page 35, where advanced port forwarding is explained.

Destination IP is defined as "The LAN's destination IP address for incoming traffic."

This is absolutely an address of one of YOUR computers (specifically, the one you want to connect to from work).

Just as the others have said, you will need to know your home WAN IP address, but there are plenty of ways to do that, and you will either want a static LAN address on the PC you want to connect to (and that is the address that goes in "Destination IP") or you will want a sticky lease that won't change.

Here is a screen shot that also shows this stuff for the 2442:
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 2:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

I get what you're all saying.
However, doesn't the Vonage router need to be "behind" the wireless router"? In other words, connecting the Vonage router from the WAN port to a LAN port on the wireless router?
As far as getting the WAN IP for my home netowork.....not a problem, that's what I was doing before I got Vonage.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 2:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Wait a sec...there's more than one router involved?

Could you list ALL networking equipment you have in place from the cable modem to the routers/switches/hubs to the computer? Cascading NAT routers causes tons of problems.

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 2:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Actually I DID several times over the posts.

Once again.......................

I have a wireless router. I have a Vonage Motorola router. TWO seperate routers. One PC. I want to connect the Motorola Vonage router to MY WIRELESS ROUTER so I can use Ultra VNC through my Wireless router because I am much much much more familiar with the port forwarding on that router as opposed to the Vonage Motorola router.

Geeeeeze.................. Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 3:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

I think you should attempt this without using the wireless router. Your setup does not need the 2nd router (unless your 1 pc is a laptop and has WIFI??). Granted you are more familiar with the setup of port forwarding on your wireless router, but the setup of port forwarding should not vary much from device to device.

I looked at the Motorola PDF (thanks rgnok for posting)... while it is a little more complex than the Linksys, it still has the basic elements of setting up port forwarding. The Motorola is actually a little more capable.

Do a custom rule:
1) Name the rule (application box)
2) Source IP: set to * (wildcards allowed according to doc)
3) Source netmask: set to 0.0.0.0
4) Destination IP: set to your local machine (192.168.?.?)
5) Port Start: XYZ
6) Port End: XYZ
7) Port Map: XYZ
8) Save it

Now it should show up as a "user" rule in the available listbox. Add it to the applied listbox.

That should be it.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 3:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

More questions.............

The Source IP & Destination IP.
Everyone has been saying the Destination IP is my home PC that's physically connected to the router. That lease is 72+ hours.

Does that mean that the Source IP would be my work PC? That IP lease changes daily. This is why I really am trying to avoid using the motorola router which requires my work IP address in the port forwarding page. My wireless router does not. Can some one just please tell me how to simply do this without any other applications, sign-ups or changing an IP address on a daily basis? Cry
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 3:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Right the source IP would be your work IP. I understand that your work IP might change, so therefore that is why I suggested putting "*" (asterisk) in the field (meaning accept requests from any IP address).

According to the doc, the wildcard is allowed as an input value.

Your other router does not have a source IP because it automatically accepts requests from any IP... the Motorola has more of a fine control over the matter, but you can override that.
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