[Dxspider-support] Port forwarding issue on a Netgear router

Radioman nn1d at comcast.net
Wed Sep 21 13:39:31 BST 2011


I have some net-gear routers and you'll need to make the 7300 service before
you can forward it,

I believe your router has the same params, also I tried to ping your host
name and it don't resolve, well at least not from here anyway..

Couple of things to look for

1: did my address change?
2: can I ping my own address?
3: can I make a service in the router call 7300 on a TCP port
4: are all the outbound ports unrestricted besides port 80 and 110

I have a couple of net-gear routers and both need a port 7300 service
created before it can be forwarded.


-----Original Message-----
From: dxspider-support-bounces at dxcluster.org
[mailto:dxspider-support-bounces at dxcluster.org] On Behalf Of Bob Nielsen
Sent: Monday, September 19, 2011 22:20
To: The DXSpider Support list
Subject: [Dxspider-support] Port forwarding issue on a Netgear router

I have been having some problems with my Linksys router and decided to
switch to a Netgear N750 (WNDR4000) router.  I set it up to forward port
7300 to my DXspider server but it doesn't appear to be working.  The
configuration is pretty close to the Netgear router I used previously and I
have double-checked everything but the connection is not forwarded.
Outgoing connects and connections from within my LAN are working normally.

Has anyone else had issues with Netgear routers?

Bob, N7XY
N7XY DX Cluster Node - telnet to n7xy.net, port 7300

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