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moving2



Joined: 09/17/2009 17:35:56
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I've setup my D-Link DIR-655 router to forward TCP port 45631 to my server (via "Port Forwarding"). I'm wondering if this is the proper configuration, or if I should be using "Application Rules" instead ("Application Rules" is used to open single or multiple ports on your router when the router senses data sent to the Internet on a "trigger" port or port range. Special Applications rules apply to all computers on your internal network). I thought "Application Rules" had to be used instead of "Port Forwarding" for UPnP. Anybody have any answers here?
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Joined: 08/23/2009 08:49:34
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I really have no experience with the DLINK model so I can't help you with enabling UPnP, but if you got port forwarding working UPnP is not necessary.
jayband



Joined: 08/31/2009 18:33:16
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I have a dlink DGL-4300 and suppose to support uPnP which will automatically config the server port and it will fail Air Video remote testing. I switch to a different router (Buffalo) and everything works fine. I have 2 server streaming to internet within my LAN
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jayband wrote:I have a dlink DGL-4300 and suppose to support uPnP which will automatically config the server port and it will fail Air Video remote testing. I switch to a different router (Buffalo) and everything works fine. I have 2 server streaming to internet within my LAN

Can you send me the remote support log as private message (available on the logs tab) when you try it with the DGL-4300?
jayband



Joined: 08/31/2009 18:33:16
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I will try to setup the DGL-4300 again later and send you the log. Meanwhile, I remember when I looked into the remote log, I saw it get stuck into other uPnP device in the network (192.168.1.3 on my Windows Home Server), never got pass it to move on to the router (192.168.1.1)

 
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