MN-700 wont serve, cant serve, cant disable firewall

Discussion in 'Broadband Hardware' started by GuardrailKiller, Jul 16, 2004.

  1. Is there anyone in the world or in all of history that has
    had a MN-700 that could serve?

    Apllication port forwarding wont work.
    Perssitent Port forwarding wont work.
    Demilitarized Zone wont work. DMZ

    I just want to serve ravenshield, Quake 3, and teamspeak.
    Maybe an FTP or a website once every 2 years.

    Can u turn off the Firewall and still use the router to
    share the internet connection?

    I am sick of setting up ports and static IP's DMZ's. I
    read and followed every MN-700 manual.

    With my luck the thing is broken.
    GuardrailKiller, Jul 16, 2004
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  2. GuardrailKiller

    joker Guest

    Are you trying to access the WAN IP address from behind the MN-700?
    joker, Jul 16, 2004
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  3. Yes I believe I am trying to access the WAN IP from behind
    the router. I would also like to have PC's outside my
    network from the internet access the server/game ports

    The weird thing is my servers will show up on All seeing
    eye or teamspeak public but no one can connect to them. I
    can connect to teamspeak if I use the local IP 192.168 etc.
    But this does not apply to quake or reavenshield. My
    buddies cant connect to my teamspeak server from outside

    GuardrailKiller, Jul 17, 2004
  4. GuardrailKiller

    joker Guest

    You can't access the WAN IP address from behind the MN-700.

    You need to connect to the Internet some way other then using it to
    check if it is working. This is because the MN-700 doesn't have
    loopback support.
    joker, Jul 17, 2004
  5. GuardrailKiller

    joker Guest

    Also for game hosting, File sharing programs, & running a server all
    require either the DMZ or persistent port forwarding.
    joker, Jul 17, 2004
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