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Topic # 203186 20-Sep-2016 21:23
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Hi There,

 

I've got a Ubiquiti Unifi Security Gateway router.  

 

I just cant seem to find away to get the port forward to work? 

 

Has anyone else on geek zone had a similer issuie?

 

The Alarm is set to the correct ip address and can be seen on the network..

 

Any Help would be great!

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1636877 20-Sep-2016 21:34
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What's sitting in front of the USG?

 

A *DSL router in bridge mode, ONT or something else potentially running double NAT?


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  Reply # 1636879 20-Sep-2016 21:36
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USG Wan is pluged into the ONT (Bigpipe)

 

Lan is pluged into a Unifi 16 port switch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1636881 20-Sep-2016 21:38
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I assume you have static IP with Big Pipe?




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  Reply # 1636884 20-Sep-2016 21:40
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NO Static ip.. Its for a paradox alarm.. The installers have said its not necessary


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  Reply # 1636891 20-Sep-2016 21:43
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If you don't have a static IP from Bigpipe, then you're going via CGNAT which means you can't port forward


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  Reply # 1636896 20-Sep-2016 21:53
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nas:

 

If you don't have a static IP from Bigpipe, then you're going via CGNAT which means you can't port forward

 

 

This.

 

 


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  Reply # 1636898 20-Sep-2016 21:55
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Thanks for your help and pointing me in the right direction.. Will get on to this tomorrow.

 

 

 

Cheers


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  Reply # 1636900 20-Sep-2016 21:58
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Static IP is a one off fee from Bigpipe, then you'll be set :)


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  Reply # 1636997 21-Sep-2016 07:49
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nas:

If you don't have a static IP from Bigpipe, then you're going via CGNAT which means you can't port forward


This. You don't currently have an IP address that is routable from the public internet.

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