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Old September 22nd, 2010, 01:07 PM
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Default HTTP Port Forwarding - HELP!


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I have a ReadyNAS Duo and a DNG 1000. I am an experienced computer user but fairly new to 'external' networking. I have proved the port forwarding with the free router from the ISP. I have since changed it for the DNG1000 to increase the speed of the wireless connection. I have followed instructions at portforward.com but have had no luck. The firewall is set up with a rule for the custom service I have made.

I have completed this using a custom service, should I be using the built in HTTP service?

Please, Please help, I am struggling justifying this to the purse strings!!
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Old September 22nd, 2010, 01:59 PM
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Default Re: HTTP Port Forwarding - HELP!

if you port foward http/80 ports, make sure your ISP does not block port80.

Some ISP will do that so clear that first with ISP
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