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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 150044 9-Jul-2014 17:16
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Recently upgraded my Orcon service to VDSL which meant they supplied me a new router (Netcomm NF4V). Have been trying to figure out port forwarding on it for a couple hours now and it's driving me nuts! Should be very simple but I can't seem to get it working.

I can't actually find a section within the router for port forwarding, only port triggering which seems odd.

Hope theres a nice obvious answer from someone that points out my stupidity and makes this simple and obvious (please)

What am I missing??!?!?!


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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 1085884 9-Jul-2014 17:22
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Forget I asked... After hours of trying it dawned on me. Virtual Servers. yell

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 1089484 15-Jul-2014 19:37
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Did you manage to get it working though? I've found the right spot and have the correct settings (RDP works internally but not externally) driving me insane!

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  Reply # 1090239 16-Jul-2014 20:21
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http://www.canyouseeme.org/

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lso, you need both tcp and udp for rdp

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Reply # 1090470 17-Jul-2014 10:00
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I'm an idiot, and you're the king, cheers man! I had only enabled TCP. derrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrp

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