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  # 673532 16-Aug-2012 23:30
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I seem to be unable to open that port.


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  # 673534 16-Aug-2012 23:34
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jandal160165: I seem to be unable to open that port.



Can you elaborate?




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  # 673536 16-Aug-2012 23:41
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If i go to one of those port checker websites it says that 5063 is closed.



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  # 673540 16-Aug-2012 23:52
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jandal160165: If i go to one of those port checker websites it says that 5063 is closed.




If you set it up as UDP, it won't be able to tell you. You'll really only be able to tell when your registration succeeds, and you're able to receive calls.




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  # 673541 16-Aug-2012 23:53
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I am unable to correctly adjust this wag310g.  Cant find anything online either.  Seems to be the heart of the problem.



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  # 673543 17-Aug-2012 00:22
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Phone is registered but not recieving calls. Still at square 1.  Will start again later.



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  # 673602 17-Aug-2012 09:53
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Is this so wrong?  That is the ip of the phone.  





































But now the phone isnt registered at all.

The single port forwarding menu just gives me choices of applications i have to use.

The port range triggering menu....  I have tried in there  but seems to be the same.
Any suggestions?






















I know the phone isnt registerd.  But at least the NAT is open?  I notice that the NTP function isnt working on the phone.  As when it used to work it would immediately set the right time as well.

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  # 673607 17-Aug-2012 09:58
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Your doing a whole UDP and TCP range to 192.168.1.66... !!!

Use the single port forward UDP only for 5063 to 192.168.1.66




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  # 673628 17-Aug-2012 10:47
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i am unable to single port forward with this router.  it only gives me preset applications to choose from



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  # 673658 17-Aug-2012 12:15
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Thanks the reply.  Just tried again.  But no chance.  You only get to use the drop down box opptions.
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  # 673662 17-Aug-2012 12:31
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jandal160165: I am unable to correctly adjust this wag310g. ?Cant find anything online either. ?Seems to be the heart of the problem.


You need to create a "Service" that you can forward to an internal host, using the "Service" page of the applications & gaming tab on your router,
See here.

In the boxes below, add:
Service Name: SIP on 5063
Protocol: UDP(17)
Ports: 5063 to <blank>

Then click "Add Service". you should then be able to set up that new entry in the "single port forwarding" page.




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  # 673669 17-Aug-2012 12:51
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Wow great stuff.

































That info will be useful for many people.   Now I have lost registration on my phone. I did make it udp.



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  # 673678 17-Aug-2012 13:20
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Seems very buggy.  I had the option to delete it.  Then that added service
doesn't show the option to delete it.  Seems everytime you go into that portion of menus its doing different things.

Will have to have a play around with it to sort out the quirks.
Cheers again for the help so far.

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