opening ports via modem router and router

Discussion in 'Computing' started by Charlie, Mar 27, 2005.

  1. Charlie

    Charlie Guest

    I'm trying to open ports to my main pc, for remote access etc. My setup
    is adsl through a dlink 302g modem, (10.1.1.1 subnet 255.0.0.0) with a
    bimap rule pointing to my router. (wan ip 10.1.1.0, subnet 255.0.0.0,
    lan ip 192.168.0.1 subnet 255.255.255.0) then rules set on my router
    pointing to lan ip 192.168.0.4 (my main pc) for opening ports. This
    does not currently work though, and I don't know what could be wrong.
    Any suggestions / places to look for info, would be good.

    Charlie
     
    Charlie, Mar 27, 2005
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  2. We get that modem here in NZ to (shh)

    heres the link to their docs
    http://www.dlink.com.au/tech/drivers/files/modems/dsl302g.htm

    and here is the most likely doc you are after
    http://www.dlink.com.au/tech/drivers/files/modems/DSL-302G_Open.ports_DMZ.zip

    HTH
     
    Shane (aka froggy), Mar 27, 2005
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  3. Charlie

    Brad Hogan Guest

    bimap is probably wrong.

    You probably want port forwarding from your 302g to you internal router.

    first of all test getting the 302g to port forward the management service
    (port 23 or port 80 or something) to the 192.168.0.0 router... then when
    that works get the 192.168.0.0 to port forward that to your PC.


    Use an ethernet scanner to see if it gets to your PC or not.
     
    Brad Hogan, Mar 27, 2005
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  4. Charlie

    Charlie Guest

    gah... in case anyones interested it was because my router was sending
    an internal IP to the dynamic dns server. Have had to run a dyndns
    client on the main pc. All is well.

    Charlie
     
    Charlie, Mar 29, 2005
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  5. Charlie

    Brad Hogan Guest


    Nah, you are just pretending .


    No way the thing can send an internal Ip to the dynamic dns server.
     
    Brad Hogan, Mar 30, 2005
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  6. Charlie

    Charlie Guest

    shows how much you know then aye? The routers 'wan ip' is an internal
    IP, so that the modem bimap rule can be pointed to it.

    Charlie
     
    Charlie, Mar 30, 2005
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