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Need to set port forwarding for filemaker to network

I have 3 Macs, OS10.3,10.4 & 10.5.

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  • info9 Feb 09, 2009

    I've already seen that website. It's excellent. I used it to configure my Airport Extreme. When I tried to do the same with my Speedstream modem, I couldn't do it. I entered my IP address in my browser but couldn't connect.
    Thanks


  • info9 Feb 09, 2009

    Thanks. I disconnected my router & was able to connect, so I now know its my Apple Airport Extreme router. I talked to Apple & they couldn't help. No real surprise there. I tried port 591 with no success. A friend who has set up several routers for Filemaker says it's always 5003.
    I'm feeling really stuck. Could the router be defective? My old Airport express never gave me any problems.


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Port forwarding is a process that you set up on your router and is independent from your OS.
Go here, and select the router you are using. On the next page (after skipping that annoying ad) you will see a list for different software setup's. Depending on you router, you might find Filemaker in the list.
(I checked Linksys WRT54G, and found it.)
Filemaker Server and FileMaker Pro with TCP/IP are using port number 5003with both the UDP and TCP protocols when communicating via TCP/IP.
UDP is only used for the initial contact, all other TCP/IP communication is using TCP.

There is a good video description, which I highly recommend if you're new to this. You can find that here.

If you have more questions, come back here or head over to filemakertoday.com, which has an excellent forum and the guys know what they are talking about.

Good luck!

Posted on Feb 08, 2009

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    C. Dante Feb 08, 2009

    I just checked my post and saw that I should have added that if you are using Filemaker for web publishing, you will use port 591.
    Port 5300 is the data port used by Filemaker Server.


  •  C. Dante
    C. Dante Feb 09, 2009

    How did you try to connect to your Speedstream Router (which one are you using?)
    I found a user manual here, but don't know if that's your model.
    They say you have to use the following URL to connect to the web interface:http://speedstream

    Maybe this helps...



  •  C. Dante
    C. Dante Feb 09, 2009

    How did you try to connect to your Speedstream Router (which one are you using?)
    I found a user manual here, but don't know if that's your model.
    They say you have to use the following URL to connect to the web interface:http://speedstream

    Another way is to open a command prompt (WIN+R-key), typ"cmd", type "ipconfig" and see what your Default Gateway is. That is the IP address of your router you want to connect to.

    Maybe this helps...



  •  C. Dante
    C. Dante Feb 10, 2009

    Port 5300 is correct. I just wanted to mention that the common server port is 80 and the WebCompanion port is 591.

    Did you forward port 80?

    And to add to the confusion...
    50003 for FileMaker 7 Server
    50006 for FileMaker 7 Server Helper

    Also - have a look here, maybe that shines some light on the mystery.


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