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PostPosted: Sun Jul 15, 2007 12:33 pm    Post subject: Motorola VT2542 Inbound Port 80 Issue Reply with quote Back to top

Hello. This is driving me nuts. I have just received a Morotola VT2542 for free from Vonage because I purchased a faulty WRTP54G at a retail outlet.

Anyway I setup the router so that I can use my apache web server. I have placed in Port Forwarding & IP Filters port 80 for the IP address of the computer that the apache server is on to allow inbound access to port 80. That internal ip of course would be 192.168.15.2. Now when I try accessing my website either from another computer in the house or this computer trying my ISP's ip or the http://paisley.ath.cx/ address I keep getting the Motorola router login screen. When I try localhost i get the "It Works" thing from the default apache setup.

Anyway what am I doing wrong here? Is there some other setting in this router that I messed up on?

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 15, 2007 12:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

BTW I just have port 80 in port forwarding now...not IP Filters but still no go.

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 15, 2007 1:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

In your network connections, did you set the computer to a static ip address of 192.168.15.2 or is set to obtain an ip address automatically?
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 15, 2007 5:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

It's probably because your Motorola's management webpage is using port 80. When someone connects to your website, they are connecting to the WAN IP address assigned to the Motorola. Since the Moto itself is listening on port 80, it takes precedence over your port forwarding.

Select another port for either your Moto or your website.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 16, 2007 6:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Well I finally had a chance to try http://paisley.ath.cx/ from remote and it does allow me to connect to port 80. For some reason when I try to connect from the local network I get the motorola router setup Sad I have to enter http://localhost/ to get my website to come up.

How would I manage to set this up so i can go to http://paisley.ath.cx/ and get my website to come up? Im also having problems with darwin streaming server as well...can access it from http://localhost:port but not my internet IP or the regular host.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 16, 2007 10:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

KDWycha wrote:
Well I finally had a chance to try http://paisley.ath.cx/ from remote and it does allow me to connect to port 80. For some reason when I try to connect from the local network I get the motorola router setup Sad I have to enter http://localhost/ to get my website to come up.

How would I manage to set this up so i can go to http://paisley.ath.cx/ and get my website to come up?

In most cases this would not be possible. Port forwarding is by definition from the external interface to the internal interface. A more advanced device might allow you to do it.

However, you can (and possibly should) define paisley.ath.cx in your local hosts file as 127.0.0.1 (add it to the same line as localhost).
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Im also having problems with darwin streaming server as well...can access it from http://localhost:port but not my internet IP or the regular host.


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Specific ports need to be opened in the firewall to allow Real-Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP) requests from users, encoded video and audio from the broadcaster, and outbound streams to clients on the local network and the Internet. The table below lists the ports used by QuickTime Streaming Server and Darwin Streaming Server and for incoming and outgoing requests.

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Ports used to                  554, 7070 TCP or 80 TCP
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Ports used to send media       6970-6999 UDP, or 80 TCP

Ports used to receive          10000-65635 UDP
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Ports server will stream       554 RTSP 7070 TCP or 80 TCP
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Default port typically used    8000 TCP
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In this example setup, we’ll assume that the students connecting to the streaming server via the Internet are not behind their own irewalls. If that’s the case, we won’t enable streaming on port 80, the port typically carrying HTTP Internet traffic and allowed by most firewalls.

If some clients are behind firewalls, it may be desirable to enable streaming on port 80 for those clients to access the streams.

To enable streaming on port 80:
  1. Click Port Settings in Streaming Server Admin.
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  2. Click the “Streaming on Port 80” checkbox, then click Save Changes.


Important If you enable streaming on port 80, make sure that your server is not also running a web server, such as Apache. Running both QTSS or DSS and a web server with streaming on port 80 enabled can cause a port conflict that results in one or both of the servers’ not behaving properly.


The first thing that needs to be asked is, what port do you have configured and did you set up port forwarding?

The next thing to investigate would be if any firewall software is running on the local machine.

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2007 8:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

The Motorola routers interpret any access to the router on port 80 from local clients as a desire to access the setup page. When you port forward, you are accessing the router and then the router is forwarding you to the sepcified host.

Your best bet would be to edit the hosts file of your local computer to skip the actual DNS resolution and use the local IP address (if its on the same box, simply use the localhost).
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