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Old 03-13-2010, 11:52 PM   #8
deadlystryker
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Question

I have a similar setup, and the same problem. This is my first post, so bear with me. Before I set my network up as defined by MindScrew, can we narrow this down? I am sure I have missed something along the lines of port-forwarding.

Quote:
Originally Posted by deadlystryker
  • AT&T FiOs. Multiple "set-top boxes" running on cat5 cables and coax.
  • Netgear gigabit switch in between.
  • 192.168.1.101 (nate_pc) is my main, this box.
  • 192.168.1.73 (server) running Ubuntu server 9.10. Remote administration of server through eBox.
  • The server is started on boot, in daemon mode (I guess...)
  • I am able to connect from my home network, but others cannot.
  • Outside connections can view my http server at hostname.
  • Ports are forwarded to 192.168.1.73 (TCP/UDP 3784. UDP 6100 after reading threads.)
  • DynDns Open Port Tool shows the port as "timed out", although I did have it show "open" once, but cannot return to that configuration.
  • Nmap shows port 3784/tcp as "tcpwrapped"
  • AIM: Deadlystryker88 best method of contact.
/etc/network/interfaces looks like
Code:
auto lo eth0
iface lo inet loopback
iface eth0 inet dhcp
Through eBox, I have an option of designating my eth0 interface as external.
Quote:
Originally Posted by eBox Administration
Traffic being routed through interfaces marked as external will be NATed. Also, services meant for the LAN users will not be available on external interfaces.
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Server

192.168.1.73
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| Nate_pc
| 192.168.1.101
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| | PS3
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| | | Xbox360
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| | | | 192.168.1.xxx (another pc)
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| | | | | Two set-top boxes for TV
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Netgear 8 port Gigabit Switch Model GS108
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| Main set-top box
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AT&T 2Wire Gateway (192.168.1.254 for configuration)
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Hello World

Last edited by deadlystryker; 03-15-2010 at 09:49 PM. Reason: Lots of clarification, neatness edits.
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