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how to host behind a SMC router

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  1. neonwaters

    neonwaters Thread Starter

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    Hi,
    I have a SMC Barricade (SMC7004ABR) router, cable internet, am using no-ip, and Apache 2.

    I can not seem to get may router to let me past my local ip.

    Does anyone have a SMC router with a server behind it and if so what do I need to do to get mine to work.

    Thanks
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  2. JohnWill

    JohnWill Retired Moderator

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    You need to go to the virtual server section and include any ports for services there. Note that you can open them for UDB and/or TCP in any combination.
     
  3. neonwaters

    neonwaters Thread Starter

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    I have done that and it still does not seem to work.
    I have port 80 and 81 set.
    I have tested my server when connected strait to my cable modem and it works so I know it is my router messing something up.

    In virtual server I set the following:
    Private IP <> Private Port <> Type <> Public Port
    1. local ip #.#.#.# <> 80 <> TCP <> 80
    2. local ip #.#.#.# <> 81 <> TCP <> 81

    Then I should be able to use my real ip to access my server right...? Well it does not work.

    H E L P!!!

    Thanks,
    ~ ~ NEONWATERS ~ ~
     
  4. JohnWill

    JohnWill Retired Moderator

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    I'd also setup the same two ports as UDP on the same page. Finally, I'd go to the next page and setup 80 and 81 as trigger ports too.

    I know that FTP will work with this setup, since that's how I use mine.
     
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