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PostPosted: Sat Jul 09, 2005 1:53 pm    Post subject: WRTP54G router problems Reply with quote Back to top

i just got a WRTP54G and signed up for Vonage service - the phone portion actually seems good so far but i am having problems with the router.

i have a dynamic dns service that i use to connect to my home pc's.

in the linksys interface under Administration, Remote Router Access there is a web option where you can make it accessibale via the web and specify the port.

i enabled this and specified port 8080. but if i go in a web browser to myowndomain.com without specifying a port it takes me to the admin interface. but if i go to myowndomain.com:8080 it says the page cannot be displayed.

am i missing something here?

also on my old router there was a page for port forwarding so i could specify the internal IP to connect to, the external port and the internal port.

so i used to be able to rdp into several machines on my network by forwarding a different port to 3389 on a different IP. for instance to connect to PC1 i would connect to myowndomain.com:5000 which would forward to PC1:3389.

to get to PC2 i would go to myowndomain.com:5001 which would go to PC2:3389.

how do this correctlly on the linksys?
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 09, 2005 2:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

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also on my old router there was a page for port forwarding so i could specify the internal IP to connect to, the external port and the internal port.

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in the linksys interface under Administration, Remote Router Access there is a web option where you can make it accessibale via the web and specify the port.

i enabled this and specified port 8080. but if i go in a web browser to myowndomain.com without specifying a port it takes me to the admin interface. but if i go to myowndomain.com:8080 it says the page cannot be displayed.

I'm not sure, but it may be recognizing your computer and connecting through the LAN - not going out to the internet and back. Try connecting through a proxy - you can a search on Google for Anonymous proxy and get one to test.

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 09, 2005 2:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

you were right about the remote access i tried it from a machine outside my network and it works

but i also tried setting up the port forwarding and it does nto work.

i want to come in on myroutersExternalIP:5000 and get forwarded to myPCsInternalIP:3389

so i can RDp into a machine on my network.

i set up the port forwarding in Port Range Forwardign as follows:
start:5000
end:5000
protocol: TCP
ip address: the internal IP of the machien i want to hit

then i went to port triggering and set it up as follows:
Triggered Range start port: 5000
Triggered range end port: 5000
Forwarded Range Start Port: 3389
Forwarded Range End Port: 3389

and when i try to rdp to myroutersExternalIP:5000 it says it cant connect
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 09, 2005 3:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

I really don't know a lot about networking, so that was about the extent of my knowledge.

I'm assuming you have static IPs on the internal machines you want to access and you have static routing set up properly to those machines. Also make sure there is not a software firewall on the machine.

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 09, 2005 3:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

yeah the pcs all have static IPs set up properly with no software firewalls. thanks for the reply though. is there anyone else out there who has networkign experience that can help me out? i tried the tech support chat at linksys.com but they were not much help. they told me to update my firmware and there is actually no firmware to update to.
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 09, 2005 5:30 pm    Post subject: check windows firewall Reply with quote Back to top

what you're doing should work, verify that your XP SP2 firewall is turned off or add exceptions for 5000 and 3389

also make sure the app you're trying to connect to is TCP, not UDP, or try the Both setting
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 11, 2005 8:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

yeah i sorta gave up on this because after speaking with a friend who is into networking, he looked at it and said that it looks like this router does not do port translation.
so it does port forwarding but if i come in from the outside on 5000 it sends me to the internal ip address on 5000. it does not have the ability to let me come in on 5000 and go to 3389.

so what i ended up doing is a registry hack that changes the RDP port on the PCs so i can RDP into all my home computers from outside on different ports.
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