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timtan

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#232116 30-Mar-2018 13:55
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 Spark HG659b 

 

Can't port to port 80 to point to computer to create server   I estimate that 80 port is blocked by Huawei


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  #1985950 30-Mar-2018 13:58
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Sorry not sure what you mean, but I assume you mean you cannot access the web interface on port80 via the LAN? or something else, because that should work, well does no the numerous ones I have dealt with.

 

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  #1985953 30-Mar-2018 14:01
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I mean to say that I'm setting up a WEB personal page on the router to point to 192.X.X.3 but opening the public network will show the routing WEB login interface instead of my point address X.X.X.3


 
 
 
 


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  #1985957 30-Mar-2018 14:14
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Ah, gotya, I think you might be pushing the feature set of a small domestic router, changing the service ports is not something I have seen on domestic grade stuff, so you might need to invest in something else.

 

If its an ADSL or VDSL wan connection then the Huawei's can be bridged quite easily and then you can use a more SME type router, ie Mikrotik or EdgeRouter comes to mind.

 

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  #1986276 31-Mar-2018 10:04
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Did you do a port forward? Not clear from your post.




 

 

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  #1986282 31-Mar-2018 10:31
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HG659b doesn't have hairpin NAT (sometimes also known as NAT loopback) so you cannot access your web page at your public IP address from inside your LAN. But it should work from outside (e.g. if you test from another broadband connection or mobile data connection).

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  #1986286 31-Mar-2018 10:46
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yitz: HG659b doesn't have hairpin NAT (sometimes also known as NAT loopback) so you cannot access your web page at your public IP address from inside your LAN. But it should work from outside (e.g. if you test from another broadband connection or mobile data connection).

 

Ahh good point, I did rightly or wrongly assume he was testing from outside, because one would assume he would test as intended for use, ie from outside.

 

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