Posted: Fri Mar 23, 2007 10:09 am Post subject: Connecting Diginet Site behind a router
I need to connect a Diginet Site PC at my office from my home. The PC that I need to connected is a part of LAN and it's behind a router. Someone told me to forwarding some port which used by Kodicom. As I know some port that using by Kodicom is between 8080 to 8090. So, I forward that port. But, when I try to connect, it's always fails. (What I connect is router IP, isn't it right?)
Even I do DMZ to Site PC to open all port, but it stilll can't connect. Is there any step what I've missed?
I ever try to connect it from the same LAN and I have no problem.
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Posted: Sat Dec 01, 2007 10:18 pm Post subject:
As long as you have a correct port connection you should be ok. In certain routers you can't have port forwarding and DMZ enabled in the same time. You must disable one of the features. The best is to open DMZ for testing. This will forward any incoming packet (doesn't care which ports) to the selected IP address - you must have the correct software on both sides....
If DMZ creates a security concern, you can than play with the port forwarding - but at least you know the system is functional.....
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