Port Forwarding

My wan Ip and public ip are different..Please help me...I first had a dlink router but then I changed my ISP and the router too..Port forwarding was first working but now I tried Port forwarding but its not working..
Vedant NaikAsked:
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Qlemo"Batchelor", Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
First question to pose is why are WAN and public IP different? Do you have two routers?
You'll have to tell more about your network environment to allow us to help.
Vedant NaikAuthor Commented:
No I actually have only 1 router..No modem nothing
AlanConsultantCommented:
Hi Vedant,

How do you know that your WAN IP and Public IP are different?

Please describe how you are determining each of those.

Thanks,

Alan.

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Vedant NaikAuthor Commented:
I checked my wan ip from the status page and Public ip from whatsmyip..My wan ipPublic ip
AlanConsultantCommented:
Hi,

Your WAN IP is being issued by your ISP but is non routeable.

This is cheaper for them, and actually makes you arguably more secure, but it did mean you can't route into your network from the internet.

Alan.
AlanConsultantCommented:
My guess would be that if you talk to your ISP, they will be able to give you a publicly routeable IP, but they might charge you more for that.

It would mean that you could then forward ports and allow incoming connections from the internet at large.

Alan.
Vedant NaikAuthor Commented:
Thank you..I will talk to my ISP
AlanConsultantCommented:
You're welcome.
Vedant NaikAuthor Commented:
Thank You
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