on 02-04-2012 15:12
i have problem with my devices connections. Please help me sort out my problem.
When denon avr 1912 playing internet radio it get disconnected after a while. Same with iTunes AirPlay and serviio (DLNA) it get disconnected after a while.
Sony Vaio vpceb3f4e Win 7 64bit other Devices:
Denon AVR 1912 (network a/v receiver), Samsung LE40D580 (tv), Microsoft Xbox 360 (console).
Broadband- Virgin Media Super Hub (Netgear)
Extender- Netgear WN2000RPTv2 Universal WiFi Range Extender .
software Serviio-0.6.2, iTunes 10.6.1.
Connection is from outside coming coaxial cable to Virgin Media Super Hub (Netgear) then wireless to Netgear WN2000RPTv2 extender from extender LAN cable to Denon AVR 1912 also connected Samsung le40d580 and Xbox 360. Laptop is connected to Virgin Media Hub wireless.
Denon avr 1912 - DHCP mode on (extender and broadband hub DHCP mode on too).
Firewall – laptop off, broadband hub off, extender no option to switch on/off.
Denon Product Support Advisor advised: “The following ports have to be opened on your router at all times for network use:- Router Ports: 3813, 443, 80, 8080, 5020” on broadband hub need set Local IP Address for current IP , but after disconnect receiver and extender IP always changed.
on 02-04-2012 16:47
on 04-04-2012 14:16
on 04-04-2012 19:46
okay I want try open following ports on Netgear VMDG480 (Virgin Media super hub) http://screenshots.portforward.com/Netgear/VMDG480
04-04-2012 20:45 - edited 04-04-2012 20:45
Your denon avr 1912 does not need port forwarding the ports listed by Denon Product Support Advisor advised are outgoing where the NAT maps the incoming traffic to the outgoing traffic the problem is the hub in router mode that does NAT does not do this correctly for some Apps or devices this is why you need your own router with the hub in modem mode.
on 04-04-2012 20:54
The 192.168.0. IP is related to the router side of things.
If you don't turn off your router/superb then it saves your devices in the order they are turned on and given access to the net.
If your PC was first turned on then that gets 192.168.0.100 but if your PS3 was second then that gets 192.168.0.101 and then an xbox gets 102 and maybe your ipad or phone gets 103...
I can turn my PC and all other devices off at night and when I turn them on the following day they are still saved as those unless I reboot the router.
You need to find out what one has been assigned to the computer/laptop/whatever you want the ports opened on and then put that one in. If you want a port opened for the computer then you put 100. If it was the ps3 then its 101...
Downside to this is if you reboot your router then turn your ipad or phone on to use the Internet first then that takes the 100 number and then you have to add a new rule.
on 05-04-2012 17:13
on 07-04-2012 17:42