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setup a virtual server ;NAT" on my new  Linksys AC1200 dual band wifi gigabit router EA6350

Posted on 2014-09-10
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Hi Experts,

I had a dlink wireless router and had a virtual server setup to that the external ip address of my modem pointed to an internal ip address that my dvr has 192.168.0.106. Well that wireless router crashed and I replaced it with this Linksys AC1200 and i'm now trying to setup the virtual Server on this new wireless router. I need help with this because it's not working for me. I go in the new router and click on connectivity>advanced routing and I have NAT enabled and I add a static route as follows:

route name: offivedvr
desitnation ip address : 192.168.0.106 " the dvr address"
subnet: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.0.1
Interface LAN

and i'm able to ping myofficedvr.no-ip.org and get replies but i when i try to view the cameras using supercam it can't find the server.
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You are missing something. What port are you setting your NAT to?
Enabling NAT is only one step for routing traffic to a specific destination.

See if this article doesn't help fix your issue.

http://kb.linksys.com/Linksys/ukp.aspx?pid=96&vw=1&articleid=21470
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by:frankbustos
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Hi spartan,
 Yes I think I just need to add the port numbers but I don't see anywhere on this router to add that info? It's a new router that was 140.00 so I can't imagine it doesn't have the capacity.
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okk, sorry i see apps and gaming now.
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ok, so i went into apps/gaming and then to Single port forwarding and added
application name - office dvr
external port 8081
internal port 8081
protocol - both
ip address - 192.168.0.106
enabled - true
and it's still not working.

i went to connectivity> advanced router and I have nothing there. I should only add this under apps/gaming right?
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i had the wrong ports, but this worked thanks!
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