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Unable to connect from Internet to WL0799GE

I have setup and installed this and can get access to the nas drive from the local network, however from the internet i can't access anything, i have even disabled the firewall.

I have setup a dyndns.org account and i know this works through my BT Broadband account as i can remotely control my PC through the Internet, i have disabled the firewall on the broadband router just to make sure.

I have the NAS drive connected through a LAN connection to the ADSL broadband router.

I would love to keep this as it offers so much, but so far is not delivering.

Any help would be appreciated.

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Gave up on this, tried all he above.

sending back to buy something half decent that works.

Posted on Jan 07, 2008

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Make sure you have a switch that has DHCP. the DSL modems are terrible at this, make sure you have a D-Link  router or similar, go to a computer store and ask an associate
for a Wireless Router

Find the IP address of the drive and make sure you can ping it. to get the IP of the drive, go into your routers settings (usually 192.168.1.1 in your web browser. Log in using guide found in manual. then go to DHCP section and look at the leases shown on the page, the nas drive will have a familiar name, it will be one of the two if you and your pc is connected to the router and nothing else at the moment. Once you have the IP you can reference that like your would from the internet. Not sure if you use VPN but you also need to forward the ports under Port forwarding/triggeing section. Refer to Nas drive manual to find what ports, or google search the drive.

Start>Run
Type "CMD" into the field no quotes
from there type for example:
ping 192.168.1.4

Posted on Jan 06, 2008

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