12-06-2013 8:51 AM
I'm having a problem opening up ports successfully for inbound connections with my setup. Everything works fine when I throw my Netgear router of the picture and directly just hit the 3600HGV.
I decided to have an N wireless router to have all my components connect to since I have a lot of data going back and forth and speed became a slight issue with just the 3600HGV. The Netgear router is hooked up to the 3600HGV through LAN.
Now, with this setup, I have the 3600HGV allow port 80 being forwarded to the Netgear router, and I even went in and set the Netgear router to be in DMZMode, so all ports should be opened and being forwarded to my local web server.
I need port 80 opened, so a client of mine can hit one of my local servers to hit his website that is in development to see progress.
Probably a given, but I'm assuming I have the wrong setup to get this done?
I would appreciate anyone's help and expertise.
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12-06-2013 2:57 PM
The NetGear will need to be configured as the DMZPlus device in the 2Wire.
See the following post for instructions to set up your own router using the DMZPlus feature:
After that, you will then need to open port 80 on the NetGear using the NetGear's firewall configuration to forward incoming requests to your web server.
12-06-2013 3:03 PM
Thank you for the reply. I actually had that configuration down, but for some reason it wasn't working out. I will try this again, paying close attention to the final steps in your linked posts. I will reply again thanking you once I get it working.
12-06-2013 5:54 PM
So after trying out everything in your linked posts, I still can't see port 80 open from the outside.
I did notice, however, that my router has an option to specify a default DMZ Server. So I pointed that to the actual server I need to handle the request, but things still don't seem to work.
Logically, everything seems to be correct. At the moment, I'm out of ideas.
12-06-2013 6:09 PM
After reviewing everything, I noticed the port forwarding piece on the router wasn't saved correctly.
This works perfectly. Thank you sir!
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