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I have static ip 102.164.*.* in a NAT environment.
In the router I have add a firewall/NAT route
I will not bother you. You have established a working system. And on the map I'm online. The problem is on my side.
I added the only open port (2000 TCP)
dst nat 0.0.0.0 incoming port 2000 to 192.168.1.254 to port 2000
(will try it as scr nat)
(router is Mikrotik)
Do I have the choice to change the incoming port? Does the server know it or the the client?
Maybe I have change the port to 50199 to 192.168.1.254 port 2000.
I will play around after work :)
On 2021-09-23 11:45, Simon Brown wrote:
If the server map can connect then it’s OK.
But when using a local computer the address will probably be
Simon Brown, G4ELI
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Subject: [SDR-Radio] ServerManager #request #sdrserver
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For the server:
- incoming port 50101 (TCP)
- outgoing port 50199 (TCP)
*** I changed incoming port to 2000. This is open. The others, allmost
every port is "closed".
And port forwarding.
On the manager window on PC, everything is ok.
On the server map, I'm fine.
But no connection to me.
On youseeme, changed port to 8291 looks (today) timed out. Yesterday
it was "open".
I'm living in a internet stricted country.
There is something missing I think. A UDP port or TCP ????
*** edited. Addep port 2000 part