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Topic # 7505 20-Apr-2006 00:58

Hi, this is my first post so should prolly introduce..

Can't call myself a geek per se, although techy things do excite me sometimes.
Mostly use my pc as a DAW running xp. its not worth bragging about..
(nor is my net provider hehe)

Now I don't know if this will p*ss someone off but here goes:

Is it actually possible to configure my woosh router to enable port forwarding??
I've tried logging onto the gateway IP as suggested in the guides but no response.

been googling for a solid day now, would really appreciate some advice or plain "no u can't" :)

Thanks!


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Reply # 33467 20-Apr-2006 10:50
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Hi

I know that current firmware does not enable port forwarding but I hear that a future version under testing will enable this



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Reply # 33474 20-Apr-2006 11:18

churz!

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Reply # 34729 3-May-2006 23:17
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Ring the help desk and tell them you want it set up.

The gw will do forwarding for about 9 ports.

Their management sw is on port 80 so they have to shift it to liven up port 80 for you.

What are you trying to do?

Cheers Don




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Reply # 34751 4-May-2006 09:30

torrents.. *ducks for cover*

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