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Topic # 233311 9-Apr-2018 23:18
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Have trials getting sure signal working. Does UPNP not cut it?

 

If there is someone who is using this with a Cisco router, can they please post or message me the funky parts of the config they used.





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  Reply # 1992466 10-Apr-2018 07:27
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@cisconz

 

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  Reply # 1992476 10-Apr-2018 08:09
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I seem to recall it needs GRE forwarded to it, along with 500 and 4500





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  Reply # 1992648 10-Apr-2018 11:53
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Should this do the trick?

 

ip nat inside source static tcp 192.168.0.50 50 interface Dialer0 50
ip nat inside source static udp 192.168.0.50 50 interface Dialer0 50
ip nat inside source static udp 192.168.0.50 500 interface Dialer0 500
ip nat inside source static udp 192.168.0.50 4500 interface Dialer0 4500

 

I also tried setting it up on a public IP, but for some reason that didn't work. It was late at night so I didn't spend time diagnosing it.





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  Reply # 1992902 10-Apr-2018 18:21
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GRE is protocol 47 not tcp or udp port 50

 

In theory "ip nat inside source static gre ....."

 

However it was a few years ago last time I did this.





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  Reply # 1992907 10-Apr-2018 18:27
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VodafoneNZ in the help section has information to help set up more complex networks with Sure Signal

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