on 11-05-2012 21:17
Ok basicly i have set my porrforwarding as
192.168.0.103 800 to 800 TCP
192.168.0.103 9000 to 9000 TCP
192.168.0.103 7050 to 7050 TCP
192.168.0.103 5050 to 5050 TCP
now when i access my cctv dvr system locally while connected to enthernet or wifi i can gian access but once i try connecting from the outside by using my ip address i seem to not be able to gain access
before i got the superhub which was yesterday i was able to connect whiel i had the netgear but now i cannot
why is this is there an solution becuase i think the super hub is preventing me from gaining access thanks
11-05-2012 23:53 - edited 11-05-2012 23:59
Same type of problem found here:
on 13-05-2012 18:05
yes but as you can see in that disscusion a solution was not met and i need a solution to this problem!
Their was a solution use modem mode get your own router.
on 13-05-2012 18:14
on 13-05-2012 18:24
Thats really pointless if portforwarding do not work on the superhub then why put that feature into the device :s
The out cry that would of happened when we didn’t have modem mode would be beyond words....and rude ones at that.
You could enable remote management and send me a PM as to where you are but don't blame me if I kick you off the net or can't get your setup to work.
on 13-05-2012 18:27
tell me about it if there was no modem mode i would of seriously have a word with virgin i still am goign to have a word with em about this port forwarding problem need to give em a call thank you for the help
superhub my ass lol
on 18-05-2012 18:53
I apologise for the issues you have been having with the Superhub.
The advice to connect with an existing router whilst the hub is in modem mode is a temporary work-around.
A more permanent solution will be found with the release of the pending firmware upgrade, full information for this can be found here.
22-05-2012 19:19 - edited 22-05-2012 19:20
thats great news how ever i did the modem mode and used my pervious netgear router however it still does not work not sure why?
Check the default gateway is correctly set in the device at 192.168.0.3. This should be the IP of the superhub (i.e. 192.168.0.1). Also check the subnet mask is correct.
If there is no gateway specified or it is set wrong then devices on your local subnet can access the device but there will be no route to the internet.