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Port forwarding not working.
Please give me a detailed example of how to configure a router to allow access a device on a LAN from an external network. No matter how we create Port forwarding rules, the device connected to the router cannot be reached from the external network.
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Hi I'm having the same issue, except instead of fixIP using DDNS. Just running out of ideas :/

-using the latest firmware

-using ddns (dyn.com)

-using port forwarding for https

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Hi,

You have to have a Public IP address to reach it from the external network.

  • Make sure you have Public IP.
  • Choose external zone as WAN.
  • Choose internal zone as LAN.
  • Internal IP address should be the address that you're trying to reach.
  • And the internal port will be the port of the service, let's say HTTP is 80. External port can be anything, it will redirect you to 80 once you connect.
  • Leave external IP as any and don't specify any source rules.
EB.
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Yes, we have Public static IP :

So I created two "PORT FORWARDS" :

None of them works. What I am doing wrong?

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Other things you could try doing:

1. Restart your TRB and try then.

2. Go to "Network -> Firewall -> General settings" menu and enable "Masquarade" & "MSS Clamping" checkboxes in LAN > WAN zone. Try then.

3. Lastly, check if your connected device doesn't have any additional firewall that could stop you from reaching it.

EB.