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Port Forward SharePoint Server, Linksys Router HELP!

Q: Port Forward SharePoint Server, Linksys Router HELP!

I think what I'm doing should be pretty simple but I'm not sure why its not working.

We have a Linksys RV016 router receiving 2 separate dynamic IP connections on WAN1 (Linksys adsl modem) and WAN2 (Billion wireless adsl router). We also have a dynamic DNS service subscribed to from DynDNS.

Currently, all three the RV016 and both adsl modems are configured to report the public IP to the DDNS service. I'm not sure if ONLY the RV016 should be doing this, or only ONE of the two modems, or if it doesn't mattter.

We have a SHarepoint Server running behind the RV016 that I want to make available from outside, by Internet users.

In the RV016, I've enabled the DDNS service, and forwarded ports 80, 444 and the specific port that our Sharepoint Site is running answering on. I've forwarded these to the static IP address that is assigned to our Sharepoint Server. I've set the Access Rules to ALLOW these connections from any interface, always.

With the RV016 Firewall on or off, hitting the DDNS name always times out, but I know the DDNS service is working because the login information resolves and updates in the RV016 admin, and pinging the name resolves to the same IP address as our reported public IP address.

What else must I do on the RV016, or what should I be doing on either or both of the dsl modems? I have disconnected one, and then alternatively the other adsl router/modems so that we're only receiving one internet connection in trying to eliminate problems, but nothing seems to work.

Please help me do my job up here. I appreciate any feedback from anyone.

Christian

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Trying to forward a port. 2346, with a linksys router but to no avail. Please view below


Also no firewall of anysort and I have updated firmwire, and my router is NOT running hot.Message Edited by wwarriorww on 03-28-2009 09:43 AM
 

A:Unable to port forward with any Linksys router

What is the manufacturer and model number of your modem? (The device that connects to the WAN or Internet port of the router.)
 

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Just wonder how all requests for web pages on my server are forwarded to a certain computer on my LAN (the web server computer).

The server and some clients are behind a router/firewall and when someone wants to view my web pages of course I want the web server to answer the request. No client shoudl answer it.

How is that done?
 

A:How can I forward port 80 on my router to web server?

You should have a GUI management page that will allow particular ports to be forwared to whatever LAN IP address is required. e.g. a Netgear router will have a "Port forwarding" link in the "Advanced" section from where all the necessary forwards can be set up.

What router are you using - a make/model would help people to direct you to the necessary GUI pages or point out the details in the user manual.
 

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Hello! I am trying to forward a port so i can connect to my computer because i want to stream a radio station from computer to my phone.

I'm trying to forward port 88 on my Linksys WRT54G Version 6

I tried that but Boardwave audio streaming server still says it's not open!

Here are some pictures:

I'm using Windows XP Professional 32-Bit
Eset AntiVirus
and using Windows firewall
What am i doing wrong?
Thank you for your help!

Windows firewall screenie:

 

A:Solved: Port forwarding issues, Cannot forward port Please help! Linksys WRT54G

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I have a linksys wireless router with 4-port switch.I need to know what settings I need to use to get it to work with the bulletproof ftp server.Im not to experienced in this field so I dont understand the technical wording on the ftp server manual.Can anyone try to explain this like router settings for ftp servers for dummies?
 

A:Settings for Linksys wireless router with 4-port switch for bulletproof ftp server

You need to allow port 21 & 20, the FTP ports to be opened to the specific machine you are running your FTP server on.

Here's a decent treatment of FTP servers, even though they're doing Linux, the principal is the same.
FTP Server
 

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Hello ALl

I just got the Linksys E2000 router and I am trying to open a port on my laptop. I have configured it correctly from what I think...never had an issue before with the wrt54g router I had before...

I am checking the port with the port forwarding tool and the CANUSEEME and I am not getting these open.....can someone please help me getting this working...

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Thanks:
Scott
 

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TerryNet said:

Essentially port forwarding punches holes in a router's natural (NAT) firewall. No router means no need to port forward.Click to expand...
OK I was looking to port forward to speed up my Internet and downloads. So it's not possible?
 

A:How do I port forward without a router?

Hi all,

Is it possible to port forward without a router and how do I do it? I tried typing in 192.168.1.1 and I get nothing. Even if I did go into the Interface I still don't know how to setup port forwarding and I don't have a router.
 

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I've been searching for a solution to this for a few days now and I'm really not happy with what I've found(actually next to nothing useful)
I have two networks and users from one network must not connect to the other one. There are two computers(one in each network) that have a connection set up via a router. I have no control over that, but most ports are open between the two. They are in different subnets.
What I need is a way to exchange data between the two via FTP.
The original idea was to have an FTP server on one computer and a port forward on the other one. That way both network would be accessing the same server.
Now I would probably find 10 or 20 ways to do that under Linux/BSD/whatever, but I need it in Windows as the two computers run some stuff I'm not allowed to change.
I'm having trouble finding such software. The best thing I came up with was a proxy on security.nnov.ru. I tested the thing in another place and worked like a charm IF the bridge between the two networks was via separate network cards. But my configuration only has one network card on both computers. And it seems that that proxy has a big problem with doing everything on one card. (it's not a proxy in the real sense. it's more of a port forward. they just called it a proxy). I also tried crossing via a windows share to the other computer and setting an FTP user's root to that, but it seams the port for SMB is blocked. Then I tried FTP drive software. But b... Read more

A:Solved: port forward for FTP server

I solved the think. thanks anyway people. I misread some of the FAQ for the proxy I was using before. I figured it out so it's working.
 

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Hi Guys,
I hope im in the right place to post this request for help.

I have an ETec router and a couple of PC's

1 of the PC's is running IIS and i want to run my own web site instead of paying a host... so I set up the site on the PC using IIS and it runs ok on the local network ...

So I bought a web address to test it and as i have a dynamic IP from my ISP i went to zone edit for them to forward requests from my URL to my IP ..

But when my url or IP is used in a browser you get taken to the routers log in and not the PC's web server.

So I looked up how to port forward with my router and this is the steps I found Port Forwarding for the Etec pti-845G

I followed those steps here http://www.portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/Etec/845G/HTTP.htm and gave the web server PC an internal static IP to forward to and still the same if you enter my IP into a browser im taken to the routers log in each time.

The tutorial I followed has a download that says it checks if you have done it correctly and it says when i run it that Port 80 is being blocked by somethings, so I called my ISP and the say theu do not block ports...

So Im looking for someone who can assist me .
Sorry for such a long post I hope someone can help.
regards
Tag
 

A:Solved: Need help port forward from router to IIS

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I have been trying for ever and Port Forwarding.com is not working
 

A:How do i port forward a MC server on Frontier Communications

Router model number? Start by updating the firmware on the router, then if you're still having issues, while the router settings are set to forward, reset the router by holding in the reset button. After you reset the router you will have to completely reconfigure it. Also try power cycling it, letting it sit off for about 30 seconds.

Port forwarding for minecraft can be a pain, I had all the settings set correctly on my router and they just wouldn't go through. Resetting the router three times finally resolved it for me.
 

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Well today I was trying to open the warcraft 3 port to host custom maps. So i went into my routers configuration through my browser and got around to the area where i could make ports public or private i set the options accordingly and loaded up wc:3. i still couldnt host so my friend jeff said that it might be because i have a dynamic ip on my router. my computer itself has a static ip so i figured i would try to do the same for my actual router in its static ip area. i plugged in the adresses and yadayada my computer and then as i hit [add] my computer choked for a minute then froze for good. i restarted it and got back in my internet connection appeared to be connected at 100mb/s, but as you probably have guessed was a fluke and couldnt get pass my router and a ping showed that i wasnt even in connection with it. i went to my router and with a paper clip pushed in the small button on the router that read [reset]. i was hoping that it would reset the routers settings and i would be able to reconfigure it to my computer like it was new. that didnt work so here i am without a router with a direct connection to my modem looking for help. any ideas anyone?
 

A:Zonet router port forward nightmare!

See the router manual for the factory reset procedure. You may have to hold down the reset button or play around with cables.

No, the problem was not your dynamic IP address. Don't ask Jeff for any more advice

The router's connection to the internet and your computer's connection to the router are completely different things and they are not related to each other in any way. You don't have to change the router WAN settings to somehow match your computer's LAN settings.
 

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Hi, i'm new here, and am seeking help with a router that has nearly forced me to kill myself...

I am currently trying to port forward on a Huawei HG521 router, but on canyouseeme.org i keep receiving connection time out

I have made a static ip - 192.168.1.87

And below is a screenshot that i have correctly set up the port map.

I ma trying to host a Minecraft server on the port 25565.

- Need Help, Thanks!
 

A:[PORT FORWARD] Huawei HG521 Router

Still need some help guys...
 

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I've recently changed ISP, from Ntl (cable modem) to Sky broadband (ADSL). As a result, I had to change my router. I originally had a Belkin F5D7230-4, which I had working perfectly well. Now, I've got a Netgear DG834GT.

The problem I'm having is when I try to forward a port. I've followed the instructions on the port forward site for my router, and as far as I can tell I've done everything exactly as they've stated. But no dice! I'm still being informed that the port I'm trying to open isn't. I've even tried a different port, but I'm having the same trouble.

Can anyone help me sort this out? Many thanks!
 

A:Solved: Changed router - can't forward a port!!

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So I just got a new 40mbps internet connection and the they gave me a new modem/router thing im not exactly sure what it is but its brand name is SMCD3GN anyways i tried puting up a server on Warcraft3 and no one would join so I had a friend join my on Garrysmod and he could not join either so i logged into my router/modem and I did this

And still no one could join I have spent about four hours now trying to fix this and I can't figure it out.
 

A:Solved: Port forward modem/router problem

Are you positive that your IP address is 192.168.1.1?

I think that router defaults to LAN address 192.168.0.1, which would mean that your computer's IP would be from 192.168.0.2 through 192.168.0.254.

I based my thinking on this manual, which may not be the correct one.
 

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Hi

I have had the WBMR-G54 router for about 18 months with a number of user rules set up for port forwarding for a network music device and my PS3. The rules work fine but despite having applied, saved the configuration and restarted the unit the router will eventually just drop the rules.

They can last anything from hours to (occasionally) weeks, but eventually at some point (usually every couple of days or so) I have to go back into the GUI and reapply them.

I spoke to Buffalo about it some time ago and their advice was to reset the router and reconfigure it. I did this to no avail.

It's not a massive headache as I don't always need the ports forwarding, this is the reason I've put up with it for so long, but it is irritating to say the least

Does anyone have any suggestions?

Thanks
 

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I will try to shorten this.

I have 2 routers, one in my bonus room, one in a bedroom on other side of house. Bedroom Router is a wireless access point (Belkin G). Bonus Room Router is the main router. It has 2 360's connected to it, as well as my PC and an ethernet going to Bedroom Router. This router, the Bonus Room Router, is a newer Belkin Wireless N.

I used to have them switched, the N in bedroom, G in bonus room. Long story why I switched them again, so that now N is in Bonus room, G in bedroom.

So, my 360s are now connected to my N. Problem is, I have a strict NAT now, as opposed to Open when I have the G hooked up to my 360s.

I have tried everything to get the NAT to open. I've tried setting a static IP, forward ports, etc. I did EVERYTHING on portforward.com. Still get strict. I have UnP enabled.

Now, I know port forwarding is what should make it work. I found my 360's IPs by testing their connection and writing down the IPs (192.168.10 and 192.168.11). Problem is, when I enter those IPs in the port forward section of my router, when I click apply, it refreshes and my entries are gone. BUT, when I use the IP of 192.168.2.3 (my PC), they work correctly. But I still have strict on my 360s.

Now here's another weird thing: randomly, one of the two 360s will switch to open for no reason mid-'game' (Modern Warefare 2). Then it may stay that way, or go back, or switch to the other console, etc.

I have no idea what's going on here. My... Read more

A:Haunted router -- NAT random changes, unable to port forward for 360s, need help!

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I am using Macromedia Dreamweaver. I have recently installed a Linksys Router. I can no longer connect to my website. Dreamweaver is asking for the Firewall Host and Firewall Port Settings? What the heck are these?

Thanks
 

A:Linksys Router Port setting?

It means you need to "open" a port in the Linksys router to let Macromedia access the net. Ports are like holes in the router. Will let certain programs "bypass" the firewall. Under support ( on the macromedia website ) there are couple of info's which deal with that. For instance this is one of them http://www.macromedia.com/support/dreamweaver/ts/documents/webdav_dw.htm
HTH
 

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I have a dell windows 98 pc with dial up. I want to change and get a cable internet for me and my son.
They said I need a ethernet port and a router. I do not have a ethernet port on back of my pc. Is there anyway I could have one installed? I was given a Linksys wireless-b 2.4GHz Broadband Router. It doesn't have a disk or card with it. Would I be able to use this?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank-You
John God
 

A:ethernet port and linksys router

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i have a linksys 8 port router model BEFSR81 ... i have 4 playstation 2's hooked up plus my computer.....we all play socom 2 and for some reason we have a lot of trouble hearing each other or our teammates....i've heard that it has something to do with opening ports or something but i'm clueless how or what exactly to do, i went to the linksys site but the upgrade for my router is a dead link....all we want to do is be able to have the headsets work...sorry if this is a stupid ? but when i play by myself i can hear everybody, it just don't work with 2 or more people thank u
 

A:playstation 2 and linksys 8 port router

i tihnk instead of router u should get a ilink thing but i dont no how to work it
 

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Anybody here have experience with port forwarding?

Here's what I would like to accomplish...

I do a lot of transfers with friends via IRC, and have recently purchased a Linksys router. Before I had no problems at all with connections to my server. Now my friends can not access because the router is blocking the ports. This is what I think anyway. When the router is connected I also can't receive any files via transfer through any of the instant messengers.

If anybody out there could help I'd surely appreciate it!!
 

A:Linksys router and port forwarding

Something similar happened to me I took my firewall down and it worked. If you have one try it.
 

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hi all i recently moved, and used to run nr2003 servers now i cant get my router to allow
the game to host games.. i put in the port numbers.. but im not sure itworking, i have tried entering in new info, ie even remioveing some ports. but it doesnt save changes?? i put in admin password i set up when ask to.. says settings changes sucsessful then redirects me to previous page.. still same setting i even go to set up and backk to app. and gaming.. does the dhcp have to be disabled? is dmz supposed to be on or off?? pc lierate but im lost on this router ports forwarding.... in the section for portwording it says application it has pmo i belive next to it? please help!!! i have aleague thats suppossed to run tonight!!!

fyi: game is papyrus nascar racing season 2003 thanks router is linksys router 4 port wireless b the wireless is disabled... currently dmz is enalbed and dhcp is enalbed.
any help would be grate ful.
 

A:linksys router port fowarding help.

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The 2k and 98 machine can both get on the internet through the hub. Why can't I ping the machines or see them in browsing the network ? Othe than that, everything's fine.

Router: 192.168.1.1
2k: 192.168.1.100
98: 192.168.1.101

Subnet: 255.255.255.0

Knock everything down to just TCP/IP and start from scratch ?
 

A:Win98se, 2k, Linksys Router, 24 port hub

Is there a firewall in the mix somewhere?
 

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I got this thing and had some problems getting it configured okay, unfortunately the self install from the CD didn't work in my case.

Had some problems converting my cross over cable for the second computer from a cross over to straight through, after 5 wasted ends it seems to be working.

Question is:
The maim PC in slot 4 only lights up the 'Link/Act' LED while the other pc in slot 3 lights up all three. It sems to be working okay. is this something I shoul be concerned about? Can I still have a problem with th cable ends or?
Thanks
Will
 

A:Linksys 4 port ADSL router

I have a Linksys router/hub 4 port also. I spent more than a day trying to debug 2nd PC connection only to find out I had a bad cable.

There are a few (not many) picky rules, about what ports to use, may want to check instructions or website on that.

Not much I realize, but my experience on where to start!

John

PS When re-checking connections, be sure to unplug and replug ( power supplies and reboots) according to directions.
 

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When i hook my computer directly up to my cable modem i am able to use programs like microsoft netmeeting,host unreal tournament games, etc.. When i hooked my computer up to the router i could access the internet fine, however the firewall that is built in to the router prevents me from doing such. How can I disable ALL firewall features in the router.. id rather use a software firewall then hardware in the router.. I tried using the dmz host on one computer and followed the directions for doing so, but to no avail.. i also tried port fowarding.. still no results.. and i follewed all directions . Is there anyway to disable the firewall in the setup for the router? By the way im running windows 2000
 

A:LinkSys 4 port router and Firewall

I have an IDEA...it may be right, it may be wrong, but hopefully it will help!

My guess is that the services you want to use are dependant on identifying your ip address. When using the router, you are sharing one internet connection, the Linksys is using DHCP to assign internal addresses which are not visible to the internet (part of the "firewall" protection). You could choose to disable DHCP, but then you would probably have to purchase two IP addresses from your ISP.

Hope that helps...
 

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I recently switched from an old linksys wireless b to a new WRT54G and the new firmware is really annoying me. basicly i want to not have to use static IPs, but still have ports open for torrenting and hosting online games, etc. so on my old router i just opened ports like 1-40000 for 101 102 103, etc. so if my laptop or sisters computer or whatever took an ip i would be on an ip that was opened so i can still do everything.

now theres this new BS feature that when i try to do that gives me some port overlap error. is there some custom firmware i can DL to get rid of this crap or maybe something i can do with port triggering? not sure how that works. i just want to be able to turn my computer on and host games without worrying which ip i got
 

A:new linksys router - port overlap problem

Yes there is

DD-WRT v24-sp1 micro is exactly what you need. I have it on mine and I will absolutely never go back to the linksys firmware after using this. DD-WRT is great IMO.
 

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I'm on the edge of pulling all my hair out. I can't seem to figure out how to get some of my firewalled ports working properlly. Mainly, the one that annoys me the most is AIM Image connecting. When AIM 'direct connects' it allows users to send pictures back and forth to one another, as well as other files, sounds, zips, etc. My problem isn't that I can't get the Image direct connection to work, but that I can't get it to work properly.

I can almost always directly connect with somebody but THEY have to initiate the connection. If I attempt to connect then it times out and whines about a firewall. If they connect it works instantly. This isn't just for one person either, but for practically everybody I meet. And it's so annoying having to explain to people where the dang button for direction connections are.

As far as I understand AIM uses port 4443 for this, and I have both the TCP and UDP protocalls open. I am utterly confused.

A:Firewall/port problems with a Linksys router

Have you tried looking in the manual to see how you can log in to the router and open the port up?

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Hey all. Thanks for taking the time to read this!

Here is my issue. I use Bit Torrent to trade Grateful Dead concert recordings (all legit trading). I have Verizon DSL, a Westell 6100G Modem and a Linksys WRT 160N V2 Router. The Modem is located at 192.168.1.1 and the Router at 192.168.2.1. In the router setup page I have properly forwarded and triggered my ports. However, when I visit my torrent site, it tells me that I am firewalled or "NAT". I used to have the Linksys WRT54G Router and it was configured to PPPoE and everything worked fine. One day I did a firmware upgrade on the router and it would no longer connect to the internet. I switched ti to Automatic Configuration - DHCP and it connected, but performance was slow and this NAT issue began. I eventually got the new router and I have the same problem. If I set it to PPPoE, put in he username and password, I lose my internet connection. If set to Automatic Config - DHCP it works, but, again, "NAT".

Verizon told me that this newer modem self configures itself as PPPoE and there is no need to set the router to PPPoE but I can't seem to get these ports forwarded or get around this NAT issue. It is causing a significant loss of performance and while torrenting I can not connect to others, meaning I can not share what I have downloaded (the torrent client won;t upload).

I have been screwing with this for months and have spent endless hours on the phone with Verizon - Linksys says my router is ... Read more

A:Port Forwarding with Verizon DSL and Linksys Router

I can almost guarantee that Verizon blocks bittorrents. BTW, the modem probably already has NAT functionality so there is no need for the extra router.
 

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Howdy, the problem I am having with this router is that sometimes while using the internet, the internet stops working. When I go to "Repair" the Network Connection it stays at "Renewing IP Address". This has been happening for quite a while and I haven't been able to diagnose a solution. What I do know, is that it has nothing to do with the modem. I'm using Comcast High Speed Internet and when I just hook up my computer to the router, it works just fine.

This is the same router which comes in the Wireless Notebook Kit (the router with only one antenna). Any help is appreciated, I'm going to try contacting Linksys if no-one here can help me first. Thanks.

EDIT: I have a computer and an Xbox 360 hooked up (wired) to the router and have two laptops which connect to the router (wirelessly).

The problem is also occuring at the same time with my other computers.
 

A:Problem with Linksys Wireless-G 4-Port Router..

Hmm...You can try the following to bypass the renewing of the IP Address by setting static IP address to your ethernet adapters.

Assuming the internal IP address of your router is 192.168.1.1 which should be a linksys default if i m not mistaken, for any individual ethernet adapters, set the following.

IP address: 192.168.1.X (X refers to a digit from 1 to 255, is to unique to each devices)
Subnet MaskL: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 192.168.1.1
 

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I have a linksys NR041 4 port router and I would like to set up port forwarding for two computers so my son and myself can play same online game. Both computers have winXP on them and I have the one cable internet line in to the router. Is it possible to set up router this way and if it is does anyone know how to do it. I think I will need to go to static ip addresses on all three home computers. AHHHHH I could use some help. linksys not alot of help still waiting on them to reply.
 

A:port forwarding on linksys nr041 router

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I have a new Linksys/Cisco router WRT54G2 v.1 with the latest firmware installed. I currently use port forwarding for things like VNC and SSH into my home PC. However, every time I try to set a new rule (for both TCP and UDP) up for bittorrent, the bittorrent clients I try say the port is closed. I'm using an Ubuntu Linux system, and both Transmission and Deluge will say the ports I select are closed, even if I change the port numbers and do another test. So I'm just wondering if anyone has encountered anything like this before and might have an idea of what could be causing this problem.
 

A:Port Forwarding on Linksys router works for everything except bittorrent

Please read the rules. We will not help with P2P apps.
 

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Can someone help me with a dummyproof step by step how to: Linksys 8 port router: Open up firewall for PcAnywhere 10.5

I now that I will need to logon to the Linksys router and then open up the port(s). The questions is what prot number for PCAnywhere 10.50 and what do I need to change on PCanywhere to go in thru that said port?

help please..
 

A:Linksys 8 port router: Open up firewall for PcAny

By default PCA uses ports 5631 TCP and 5632 UDP
 

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Hi Guys,
I have a linksys router (WAG54GX2 to be exact) and I Single port forwarding works fine! But when I try to open a range of ports, they appear to be closed according to an online port check. The port checker I use is this: http://www.utorrent.com/testport.php?port=portnumber I looked though google and this was the only one I found (worth using).

Any ideas? or can someone point me in the direction of another port checker.

Thanks in advance.

V
 

A:Port Forwarding not working on Linksys Wireless G Router

any ideas?
 

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Hello everybody,

I have an Apache 2.0.55 web server setup on port 80 - along with PHP/MySQL. I also have a Linksys WRT54G v5 Router and a static IP address. The problem here, is that when I go to http://192.168.1.1 (the router's setup screen) under Applications & Gaming -> Port Range Forward, I have setup port forwarding for Apache, Port: 80, Protocol: Both (TCP & UDP), IP Address: 192.168.1.101 (this PC's IP address - the one with the web server setup on). But the problem is people who are not in my Network still cannot access my Web-Server. Now, I assume I am giving them the correct IP address - which is the IP address given on the router's setup screen under Status. I have everything setup correctly and it should work, but I have no idea why it won't work. Maybe, am I giving them the wrong IP address? I doubt that though because I get the same IP listed under my Firewall (ZoneLab's ZoneAlarm), under my Router's Status page, and at the two following sites: http://www.whatismyip.com & http://www.ipchicken.com - so I can't possibly be giving them the wrong IP address. And when I have my Apache server not running and go to the IP, it times out (obviously, it should). But when my Apache server is running, in Firefox I get an alert that says "The document contains no data.", in Internet Explorer I get a "Cannot find server". Other people out of the Network get the same message(s). What could I possibly be doi... Read more

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RELEVANCY SCORE 67.6

I have a linksys router (4port wireless) and am tryign to get G6 ftp server to work. I have the port forwarded (42345) and can connect, I just time out while I am waiting for the directory list to be sent. What else would I need to do to get this to work? Currently I do NOT have DMZ turned on. Any ideas.

TiA
Superman
 

A:FTP Server with a linksys router

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RELEVANCY SCORE 67.2

Hey guys,

I have a Linksys WRT54g wireless router. I use port-forwarding quite frequently and have ran into a problem. There are only 10 port-forward slots available and all of mine are full. How can I get more slots?
 

A:Solved: Need more port-forwarding slots on Linksys WRT54g router

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RELEVANCY SCORE 66.8

I purchased a Netgear PS101 print server to share my printer with my home network utilizing a Linksys BEFW11S4 router. I installed the Print server software and connected it to my router via hard line. The problem is when I go into my Linksys Router to set up the printer I can't see where to define the IP for the printer.

The Print server software doesn't see it either. What am I missing here? Or could it be that my printer is not capable of using the printer server (Epson Stylus C62).
 

A:Print Server and Linksys Router

You are trying to configure it from the wrong place. I don't know how that print server can be configured, but the router is the last place to try.

You might need to use some special software to give it an IP/configure or maybe it wants to use DHCP to get an IP and will provide you with a web interface.

You an see from your router config the existing IP addrsses that have been given out. If you see something besides your own computers then that is most likely the print server.
 

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I have tried everything that I can (and apparently Tech Support) can think of. Here is some more detail:

I am running a FileZilla server from my PC. I have a Linksys BEFSR41 v2 router. I have mapped all ports through the router and the XP firewall. I cannot access the server when the router is hooked up. I ran the modem straight to the comp, and it connected flawlessly. In the router, I have tried the following:

* Upgraded the firmware to version "1.46.02, Aug 03 2004"
* Mapped ports 20,21,22,990,and several other ports for Passive
* Disabled the "Block WAN Request"
* Disabled the "Filter Internet NAT Redirection"
* I have even tried to run it in DMZ

None of this has worked. Same error message every time. In FileZilla (client), the error is:
Status: Connecting to **my site** ...
Status: Connected with **my site**. Waiting for welcome message...
Error: Disconnected from server
Error: Unable to connect!

In WS_FTP the message reads like this:
Finding Host **my site** ...
Connecting to **my ip**:21
Connected to **my ip**:21 in 0.030043 seconds, Waiting for Server Response
Error reading response from server.
Connection closed by remote host.
Host type (1): Automatic Detect

Like I said, if I bypass the router, everything works great. So the router is the issue, or am I just off-base here?

Any help would be great, because I cannot see how this can be really that hard...
 

A:Has anyone been able to run FTP server through Linksys BEFSR41 router?

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RELEVANCY SCORE 66.8

Hi,

I have a Linksys router (WRT54G) and a RCA Digital Broadband Modem (DCM425) and have been using them to connect wirelessly to 2 laptops without a problem.

The last few days I have not been able to connect wirelessly to either computer. I used the Ethernet cable to connect directly to the modem and I was able to get on the Internet. So, since the modem was not the problem I tried connecting the Ethernet cable to the router and couldn't connect to the Internet. I still get the message "Cannot communicate with primary DNS server".

I called my Internet provider anyway and they said they saw I was hooked up to a Linksys router, and that the router was getting a valid ID address.

Does anyone have any ideas how to fix this problem with the router? Thanks!
 

A:Linksys Router cannot communicate with DNS Server

Did you try power cycling everything?
If that doesn't work you could probably try a complete hard reset of the router.
 

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RELEVANCY SCORE 66.4

I am having problems accessing the internet on both of my PCs using the Linksys EtherFast Cable/DSL Router with 4-Port. When I go to the browser and type in a website address the page does not load and I receive problem loading page. Any help would be appreciated, also I am running Windowx XP. I have the other PC that is running Windows Vista plugged into one of the ports on the router I also can't access the Internet on the PC that has Vista installed when using the router, but I can access the Internet when I connect directly using the DSL modem. Also the Port light and Internet lights come on and down in the bottom I get the yellow triangle with the exclamation point that says limited or no connectivity. I done the ipconfig on the computer that has Vista installed and got the following information.

Microsoft Windows [Version 6.0.6001]
Copyright (c) 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

>ipconfig

Windows IP Configuration
Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:

Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
Link-local IPv6 Address . . . . . : fe80::71b2:6b5c:4b65:cd69%10
Autoconfiguration IPv4 Address. . : 169.254.205.105
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.0.0
Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . :

Ethernet adapter VirtualBox Host-Only Network:

Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
Link-local IPv6 Address . . . . . : fe80::e0ca:88e7:92a8:1d86%13
IPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.56.1
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.0
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A:Linksys EtherFast Cable/DSL Router with 4-Port Switch BEFSR41 Problem:

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RELEVANCY SCORE 66.4

Hello,

I have a Linksys WRT54g wireless router. I use one of the LAN (wired) ports for one of my desktops. However, the other day, the first LAN port died on me. I was surfing the net, when the computer told me that a network cable has been unplugged. I checked the connections, but the problems persisted.

I then moved the cable to the next LAN port over on the built in switch, and that one worked. This leads me to believe that the first LAN port has failed.

What should I do about this? Do you think Linksys would provide me with a new one?
 

A:Linksys WRT54g (wireless router) back switch port has failed

If it's under warranty I'm sure they will remedy the problem. If out of warranty it's your problem.
 

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RELEVANCY SCORE 66

I need to share files on (4) Windows XP pro stations without a server and is currently sharing DSL on Linksys BEFSR81 router.
 

A:Sharing files: Linksys router, XP-OS, NO SERVER

No sweat. Enable file and print sharing on the XP box that you wish to share files on, in My Computer right click on the drive you wish to share and select sharing. You'll need to have an account with the same name and password as the machine that wants to access the files if you don't want to be asked for a password every time.
 

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A:Solved: Can not communicate with DNS Server's. Linksys Router

Enable DHCP on that machine.

Configure DHCP for Windows Vista & Windows 7
Click on the Start menu, and select Control Panel.
Click on Network and Internet. (Skip this step if you do not see this Control Panel item.)
Click on Network and Sharing Center.
Click on Manage network connections.
Right click on Connection you wish to change and choose Properties. If Windows say it needs your permission to continue, click Continue.
Select Internet Protocol Version 4(TCP/IPv4) and click Properties.
Select Obtain an IP address automatically.
Select Obtain DNS server address automatically.
Click OK to close the TCP/IP Properties window.
Click OK to close the Local Area Connection Properties window.
Click Close to close the Network Connections window.
Click Close to close the Control Panel window.
Restart your computer.

 

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Just got a Linksys router, after a couple of hours of messing around with it, still not working. My OS is Vista x64 Premium.

I'm trying to connect wirelessly (although it wouldn't work using the LAN ports either).

Windows IP Configuration

Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : Computer
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No

Wireless LAN adapter Wireless Network Connection:

Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Atheros AR5007EG Wireless Network Adapter

Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 00-23-4D-06-22-23
DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : Yes
Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes
Link-local IPv6 Address . . . . . : fe80::6497:f4e1:4d2a:def3%11(Preferred)
IPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.1.100(Preferred)
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.0
Lease Obtained. . . . . . . . . . : Saturday, February 28, 2009 10:41:54 AM
Lease Expires . . . . . . . . . . : Sunday, March 01, 2009 10:45:07 AM
Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.1.1
DHCP Server . . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.1.1
DNS Servers . . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.1.254
NetBIOS over Tcpip. . . . . . . . : Enabled
 

A:[Linksys router] Cannot communicate with primary DNS server

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Hi,

Thanks for letting me join your forum. I think it is great. Anyway, I have a problem. I am a newbie to setting up home web servers. I am running an 1800+ AMD , 512 DDR computer with windows 2000 Pro. I believe I set it all up properly to be a web server but I cant see it from the internet ? ? If I go on one of the other computers in my house I can see the home page. I.E. typing http://localhost. I have a linksys router with an 8 port switch in it. I use Cox cable as my internet service provider. I set the router to open port 80 to the computer that is serving and still nothing? ? any Ideas? ?
 

A:Linksys Router , IIS server win 2000 Cant see From Internet

http://www.geek.com/news/geeknews/2003Jun/gee20030613020400.htm

http://www.cox-internet.com/portblocking/
 

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I've been trying to hook up my old Linksys router to my cousin's desktop computer, but have been unsuccessful in doing so. I've tried connecting it as per the linksys instructions, but it still won't work. On the desktop, it says its connected but every time i open up a new browser it fails to load. When I run the windows diagnostic tool on my laptop it says cannot communicate with primary dns server. This is what I see when I go to
the router's setup page>status>router.
IP Address: 70.70.229.178 Subnet Mask: 255.255.252.0
Default Gateway: 70.70.228.1
DNS 1: 64.59.144.16 DNS 2: 64.59.144.17I know that can't be right because on command prompt this is what I see: IP Address: 192.168.1.100
Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway : 192.168.1.1
DHCP Server : 192.168.1.1
DNS Servers : 64.59.144.16 ,64.59.144.17

Windows IP Configuration

Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : default-039e6fe
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Unknown
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
DNS Suffix Search List. . . . . . : vw.shawcable.net

Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:

Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : vw.shawcable.net
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : NVIDIA nForce Networking Controller
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 00-1A-92-B5-D8-5E
Dhcp Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : Yes
Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes
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A:Linksys Router - Cannot communicate with primary dns server. REALLY NEED HELP!

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I have a laptop computer (wireless integrated, WinXP-Media) that I would like to use to print on one of two printers located remotely in my house.

I have the Linksys WRTG54 router configured to access the internet on my laptop. I have a WPA secured wireless network configured on the router (if that's the right terminology) which I can connect to successfully with the laptop to access the internet. I purchased a Netgear WGPS606 Wireless Printer Server.

My understanding is that this PS can be added to my wireless network and can be used by computers in said network without having to have the printer(s) connected to a dedicated computer or hardwired to the router. Am I totally off base? If I am, just tell me and no need to read further!

If I'm OK so far, here is the situation. I ran the Netgear setup and all was fine -- it sees both printers, printed a test page OK on each, etc., but then when all was said and done I realized I was still connected to the printserver with the ethernet cable. When I disconnect the ethernet cable I have no communication with the PS.

I tried adding the PS to the network using XP's utility and a USB drive but that didn't seem to do anything

Shouldn't I be able to communicate with the printer wirelessly via the router that communicates to the PS?

TIA!
 

A:Netgear Wireless Print Server with Linksys Router

Oops! Nevermind

I'm not sure what I did differently the second time around, but PERHAPS it is that I disabled my ZoneAlarm. Anyway, I just went back through the setup wizard with ZA disabled and now both printers are working great in full wireless mode. Rebooted (which re-enabled ZA) just to make sure everything stuck. It did.

FYI for anyone that is curious, neither my HP5510 all-in-one, nor my Brother HL-2040 were among the printers listed in the compatability table from Netgear. I had both printers already installed on the laptop using the manufacturers install discs previously. During the PS setup it recognized the printers "by name" right away, and then when asked to add the printers to the computer it saw them and the drivers installed no problem. Only the print function on the all-in-one works, but that's fine by me. If I'm using it to make photocopies or scanning images, I'm not doing that from another room anyway!!

So, rocky start, but since I bothered to register here, I thought I might as well share a little success!

Have a nice day all!! :grinthumb
 

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