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PhilZealand

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#196528 3-Jun-2016 10:44
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Has anyone any info on whether you can forward a port on Skinny Broadband?

 

On theHuawai modem settings, under DDNS, I have registered my dyndns, and it updates to dyn site ok.

 

Under Virtual Server I have set my port 88 to forward to my NAS which I want to access remotely (to backup photos etc. while travelling)

 

However, I cannot get a remote connection to the unit - grc.com probe says the port is in 'stealth'

 

 

 

On my broadband account, the above setup works perfectly - however receiving into the NAS is very slow due to the slow broadband speed I have (send 9Mbps receive .6Mbps)

 

Any ideas?

 

- Phil.

 

 


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  #1564907 3-Jun-2016 11:03
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Skinny uses CGNAT so no portforwarding right?


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  #1565060 3-Jun-2016 14:13
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DarkShadow:

Skinny uses CGNAT so no portforwarding right?


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  #1565104 3-Jun-2016 15:09
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Googling CGNAT, it sounds not too promising - pity because I am getting fantastic speeds 43Mbps down and 42 up, guess I will have to keep my slow ADSL


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  #1565118 3-Jun-2016 15:31
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Might pay to check out Hamachi (the free version).




 


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  #1565154 3-Jun-2016 16:22
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PhilZealand:

 

Googling CGNAT, it sounds not too promising - pity because I am getting fantastic speeds 43Mbps down and 42 up, guess I will have to keep my slow ADSL

 

 

Or move to a Vodafone RBI provider who offers public IPV4 addresses.

 

 


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