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PostPosted: Thu Jan 18, 2007 1:49 pm    Post subject: VWR Blank Page when trying to add new port forward - Help :) Reply with quote Back to top

Hi Everyone,

This is really annoying and it just started happening. I'm trying to add a new user defined port forwarding entry. When I click on the new button I just get a blank screen. In addition when I try to view any of the existing entries under user or the other categories I get a blank page.

Please help my blank page go away!!

Thanks
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 18, 2007 2:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

there is a post here
http://www.vonage-forum.com/ftopic17941.html
that deals with all known issues for your router. Take a look at it and see if others are also having the same issue.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 25, 2007 7:06 pm    Post subject: Restarted the router and seems to work. so far..... Reply with quote Back to top

Product Information
Model Number VWR
Ethernet MAC
Software Versions
Gateway VWR-11.4.0-r060331-1.00.03-r060627.img
Boot Loader 1.3.8.1602


-Delivered on the 20th of Jan 07.
-I think they updated the firmware to the latest in the subsequent days as I would get the same problem i.e. trying to add a port to 'Advanced' -> 'virtual server' would come up with a blank screen.
-After a couple of calls to tech support the firmware was switched back to the one above and I was able to get to the add port screen just that once the ports were added to the 'applied rules' list on the right they would magically disappear. Don't know what would do it but they would be gone. Mind you when the ports were on the right side port forwarding did work for Bittorrent azureus.

to fix prob what seems to have worked for all of today and two restarts....

- static ip address for laptop 192.168.15.x subnet mask 255.255.225.0 gateway 192.168.15.1
- In the routers 'home' -> 'dhcp' at the bottom is a list of 'lan clients' I checked 'reserve' next to 192.168.15.x and hit appied and it moved to the 'Static Addresses' list
- go to routers 'advanced' -> 'virtual server' and now that you can add ports with the old firmware create your 'rules' and remember to shift the to the 'applied rules' section on the right and hit apply. This site may help http://portforward.com/ ahh!! and check that at the top of this page the correct IP address was selected 192.168.15.2 in the drop down.

right does someone know how to use the 'Custom Port Forwarding' section on the 'virtual server' page. help would be appreciated, maybe that turns into a better work around???

Would placing our computers in DMZ (demilitarized zone) keep it within WEP? I placed the computer in DMZ before this method and that used to do the trick. How does MAC filtering work on this thing in case WEP does not work?

I think that seems to have done the trick for the moment. My router doesn't ever hang but this has been pretty annoying. The VWR is truly a rubbish router it lacks a lot of function and is too buggy to be released. I would send it back only that I have been sent in instead of the wired Motorola VT2442 for free and this would have been £30 extra and i've got my (rubbish but better) belkin 54g wireless tucked away as backup for now. If this really acts up!

UK SKY users beware of Vonage problem ->
http://www.vonage-forum.com/ftopic6317-0-asc-60.html
there is a work around on the last page i think but not tested by me because I Don't have sky here. Mind you there are not many complaints after the date of the post.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 25, 2007 4:23 pm    Post subject: Using the Custom Port Forwarding on VWR Reply with quote Back to top

To answer the question:
right does someone know how to use the 'Custom Port Forwarding' section on the 'virtual server' page. help would be appreciated, maybe that turns into a better work around???

I successfully used Custom Port Forwarding as a workaround to the broken User-defined port forwarding rules.
The tricky part was figuring out what to use the "extra" fields for that don't appear in the User-defined port forwarding screens: Source IP, Source Netmask, and Destination Netmask.
If you don't know (or care) what IP addresses will be contacting your internal server to which you are mapping ports, then you should set Source IP = 0.0.0.0 and Source Netmask = 0.0.0.0. Also, leave Destination Netmask = 255.255.255.255.

For the sake of thoroughness, to round out the easier part of the story:
Destination IP address: the LAN IP address of the host to which you want the forwards to be redirected.
Destination Port Start/End: the begin and end IP address of the range of IP addresses on which the external hosts will contact you on.
Destination Port Map: The port on your internal host that you want the forwards sent to.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 08, 2007 10:39 am    Post subject: Re: Using the Custom Port Forwarding on VWR for Slingbox Reply with quote Back to top

This (quote below) is an excellent work around and bailed me out when trying to configure my Slinbox for remote viewing via the d-link VWR. Thanks gkasten.

D-link and Vonage support were clueless on offering any help. And I found plenty of posts from people struggling with the blank page when trying to set up a new user in the virtual server section.

I too could not get the new user config page to load in the "virtual server" set up as suggested by this dlink vwr product manual. But by simply clicking the custom port forwarding link on the virtual sever cover page you can accomplish the same thing.

Follow the advice quoted below. In my case, for Slingbox remote viewing, I set source ip and Source netmask at 0.0.0.0. Left destination netmask at 255.255.255.255. Typed in the destination ip Sling box gave me during the unit's set up. Selected TCP,UDP protocol. Port start,, map and end are all 5001 (or whatever slingbox gives you). Named it Slingbox and hit apply.

Fixed in less than a minute.

Good luck.

gkasten wrote:
To answer the question:
right does someone know how to use the 'Custom Port Forwarding' section on the 'virtual server' page. help would be appreciated, maybe that turns into a better work around???

I successfully used Custom Port Forwarding as a workaround to the broken User-defined port forwarding rules.
The tricky part was figuring out what to use the "extra" fields for that don't appear in the User-defined port forwarding screens: Source IP, Source Netmask, and Destination Netmask.
If you don't know (or care) what IP addresses will be contacting your internal server to which you are mapping ports, then you should set Source IP = 0.0.0.0 and Source Netmask = 0.0.0.0. Also, leave Destination Netmask = 255.255.255.255.

For the sake of thoroughness, to round out the easier part of the story:
Destination IP address: the LAN IP address of the host to which you want the forwards to be redirected.
Destination Port Start/End: the begin and end IP address of the range of IP addresses on which the external hosts will contact you on.
Destination Port Map: The port on your internal host that you want the forwards sent to.
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