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Old 02-04-08   #1
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Double NAT : how to do


Invested my 4+ hrs to port forward this for utorrent but no result still having closed port problem...

My setup :
beetel220bx --> buffalog125 --> lan connected PC + wireless connected PC

I have tried everything which i could understand from portforward.com or utorrent user manual ...but nothing is working ....

Can someone help me out.....
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Re: Double NAT : how to do

ok 25 views n no reply ..strange

anyways tried more research on net.......
i think below settings should work

beetel :
192.168.1.1
DHCP on
port forward : 192.168.11.1 port say 6000

Buffalo:
192.168.11.1
gateway 192.168.1.1
DHCP on
port forward : 192.168.11.10 port 6000

PC
192.168.11.10
255.255.255.0
gateway 192.168.11.1


so beetel will assign 192.168.1.2 to router
n since PC is having static ip so router will assign the same to PC.

Right?????????

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Re: Double NAT : how to do

tell me one thing - is pc directly connected to beetel or the buffalo wireless? (its wireless right?)
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Re: Double NAT : how to do

^^^ yeah pc + lappy r connected via buffalo wireless router!
" beetel220bx --> buffalog125 --> lan connected PC + wireless connected PC"

btw which buffalo ???? g125 you have?
http://www.buffalo-asia.com/cgi-bin/...ntry=id&code=4
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ya its WHR-G125 -> only router , no modem

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Re: Double NAT : how to do

just try ...

beetel :
192.168.1.1
DHCP Off
port forward : Buffalo ip : port say 6000

Buffalo:
192.168.1.1
gateway 192.168.1.1
DHCP off
port forward : pc ip : port 6000

PC
192.168.1.10
255.255.255.0
gateway 192.168.1.1


i m not sure ...trial err method
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Re: Double NAT : how to do

See if u can make the Buffalo under DMZ of beetel
or perhaps try to set a static route between the beetel and buffalo..

EDIT:just found this
http://portforward.com/help/doublero...forwarding.htm

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Re: Double NAT : how to do

Originally Posted by push View Post
Invested my 4+ hrs to port forward this for utorrent but no result still having closed port problem...

My setup :
beetel220bx --> buffalog125 --> lan connected PC + wireless connected PC

I have tried everything which i could understand from portforward.com or utorrent user manual ...but nothing is working ....

Can someone help me out.....

lol! I have the very same setup here and forwarded my ports on 4 pc's at home
Here is what I did on my setup. I will try and explain what I did (it wont make much sense but hey it works )

You need to assign the systems a Static IP's the default gateway for the systems will be the buffalo's IP (192.168.11.1)
assign 1 of your systems 192.168.11.5 next one can me 192.168.11.6 .. and so on

(on the Beetal modem)
Enable DHCP server on the beetal modem.
Start IP 192.168.1.2
End IP 192.168.1.254

Under the NAT page forward lets say port 6400 to IP 192.168.1.2

If you have multiple systems just assign another port and forward it to the same IP (192.168.1.2)

(On the Buffalo)
Forward the same port that you forwarded on the beetal (port 6400 here) to the IP that you assigned to a system. (remember again you need to assign the systems static IP's)
forward port 6400 to IP 192.168.11.5

You are all done you should get the green ok sign on Utorrent now.

If you need any further help post back or ping me on IM
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Re: Double NAT : how to do

@ SANDMAN : i think its almost the same thing which i was trying .....here u are relying that DHCP of beetel will assign 192.168.1.2 to buffalo as it is the only device connected to beetel..... (found many tried similar approach for double NAT but come to conclution some beetel works n some not)

Got alternate method to do the same....


here are the steps to make any DSL wireless router to work with Airtel modem Beetel 220BX.
Make sure that you know the user name and password for the airtel ISP. This is the username and password that the airtel customer care filled in when configuring your router for the first time and asked you to write it somewhere. The username is your phone no (including the std code).
Setting up Beetel 220BX in bridge mode.
Open url http://192.168.1.1 in browser.
Login using your airtel modem's username and password. Default login and password are admin and password.
Click on link LAN in the left screen.
On the right screen, click on disable DHCP server. Now click on save.
On the left screen, click on WAN.
On the right screen, you see a single service listed called PPPoE. Click on Edit.
Now click on Bridge Mode (the last option). Click Next few times and then save.
Now you will be back to the first screen with the service listed as bridge. Click on Save/Reboot. This will reboot your modem. Wait for 2 mins for complete reboot to happen.
This completes the configuration for the modem. Now the regular steps as per the wireless router follows.
Now switch off your modem, your wireless router and your computer.
Connect the LAN wires as described by the wireless router manual. Basically the modem's LAN output goes into the router's input. And router's output goes into your computer's LAN card.
Switch on the modem. Wait for 2 min until its fully started up. Now power on the router. Wait for it to fully start too. Finally turn on your computer. This order is very important. If you are not able to open the url in the next step, this is where you might be at mistake.
Open the url of your wireless router configuration as specified in its manual. In case of Netgear, it's http://192.168.1.1/basicsetting.htm. Default login and password are admin and password.
It will detect your connection as PPPoE. Put the username and password that you saved in the first step above (the airtel ISP). Keep service name as empty. Keep idle timeout as 0.
Configure your wireless settings and switch on the wireless service.
Setup is complete. Enjoy :-). And write a comment on this post if you reached this step ;-).
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Its working great!!!
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