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SMC Barricade Router - Port Forwarding

Discussion in 'Networking' started by Snorii, Feb 13, 2003.

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  1. Snorii

    Snorii Thread Starter

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    I can't seem to get a SMC Barricade Router (SMC7004ABR) to forward ports. The XP machine is running Apache and it works fine w/o the router. In the Virtual Server section of the router config, I put the settings to

    Private IP <> Private Port <> Type <> Public Port
    1. local ip #.#.#.# <> 80 <> TCP <> 80
    2. local ip #.#.#.# <> 81 <> TCP <> 81

    Supposedly this is all that the router needs to forward a port to the local IP for the machine running Apache. It just doesn't work however.

    Thanks in advance for any ideas,
    Snorii
     
  2. JohnWill

    JohnWill Retired Moderator

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    Go to the next screen and setup the trigger ports for the same addresses. Also, try setting up UDP for the same addresses as you setup TCP. I believe you'll need UDP for some of the handshaking.
     
  3. Snorii

    Snorii Thread Starter

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    SMC said that the feature "Virtual Loop-back" is not available in the ABR series of router. Seems weird they have the configuration of it available.
     
  4. JohnWill

    JohnWill Retired Moderator

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    I'm not sure what they're talking about, but I've run a web server and FTP on my SMC Barricade, and that's how I did it. Mine is the 7004AWBR FWIW.
     
  5. Snorii

    Snorii Thread Starter

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    Yeah, I'm not sure what they are talking about either. They aren't very helpful. Oh well. Thanks for your help. I appreciate it. :D
     
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