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Port forwading am doing port forwarding a web server on port 80 using a modem/router. it is prolink hurricane 5200 adsl+. lan ip address of web server is 192.168.1.101. the port forwarding config page has the following fields: protocol: (both/tcp/udp)) comment: _________ local ip address: __________ local port: ____ - ____ remote ip address: ___________ public port:____- _____ interface:(any/ppp0) what valued do i have to place in these fields? hope you can help me on this. thanks a lot. s4s

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  • s2s4s Jul 03, 2008

    thanks a lot sixers_5.http://portforward.com/ was partially helpful.

    i was able to do port forwarding with the following:

    field values for the port forwarding config page:
    protocol: (both) comment: http
    local ip address: 192.168.0.2 local port: 80 - 80
    remote ip address: 0.0.0.0 public port: 80- 80
    interface:(any)

    also the ip/port filter page should be configured to allow port 80 to 192.168.0.2




  • s2s4s Jul 03, 2008

    ip addresses above are just examples:

    192.168.1.101 and 192.168.0.2. use the actual lan ip address of the PC


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    Please need help opening all ports on my 3Com wireless router

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I tried portforwarding with the said link.
http://www.prolink2u.com/community/index.php?topic=316.msg723#msg723 .

also using portforward.com

but the problem is my local area network cannot see my servers using fqdn. other pc (internet, public and other computers not connected to my network that doesnt pass the modem/router) can see my servers.
if i go to my fqdn on my local area network i see the router config page. also other ports that are being forwarded are not working in local area

is there a tweak or config on the router/modem h5200?

i need help anyone?

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Hi, I'm also using Pro Link Hurrican 5200 ADSL+ and still I'm having problems with Port Forwarding. I also tried everything in PortForward.com but still to no avail, I can't open ports for Utorrent.

Can I ask all the values you put in IP/Port Filtering? For example Direction: Outgoing? Protocol: TCP, UDP or ICMP?

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Http://portforward.com/
this site may be of some assistance

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