11-10-2019 04:52 PM
My smart hub ports 8080 and 8081 OK but 8082 to 8086 fails Help please
Helpdesk tells me they don't support port forwarding. Will it have to be a 3rd party hub??
11-10-2019 07:23 PM - edited 11-10-2019 07:27 PM
What servers are at the end of those ports? Are they all up & running? Can you see them from within your LAN using their local IP addys?
What does ShieldsUP! report the status of your ports when you use its User-Specified Custom Port Probe ?
12-10-2019 01:37 AM
Ive got a Qnap server thats been perfectly ok with a plusnet router till last Monday when I changed over to EE. Its complaining of web connectivity and ports 8082 to 8086 are not working and Im having difficulty logging in with some of the apps. From windows command promt Ive used telnet 95.xxx.xxx.xxx 8080 and all the other ports, also did the same on my own network using telnet 192.xxx.xxx.xxx with exactly the same results, 8080/8081 are ok 8082 to 8086 can't connect. Will give smartup a go later. Have EEs user name and password for my broadband login and was going to see if I can get my old router to work as the line has not changed (its fibre). Thanks for any help Phil
12-10-2019 01:43 AM
Sorry forgot to mention have used upnp auto router configuration from my server and also set the ports up manually from Port Forwarding int the EE router, neither worked. Phil
17-10-2019 11:22 AM
Have changed router but still cant get 8082, 8083 ,8084 or 8086 to port forward.
Do EE forward these port as Im beginning to think they might not. If this is the case I shall have to go to another provide.
It worked perfectly with Plusnet so may have to go back to them but soon.
Thanks for any help Phil
17-10-2019 11:59 AM
EE don't touch the ports. They are your ports.
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