I'd like to request my firmware to be updated pls.
Current versions are:
Hardware Version: Archer VR1600v v2 00000000
Firmware Version: 0.1.0 0.9.1 v5006.0 Build 190228 Rel.72265n
Trying to port forward with Archer and unable to get the perticular port open trie 80,8080, etc and used yougetsignal and grc to verfiy open port.
Please let me know if this is firmware issue or this perticualr model unable to do any port forwarding.
I have configure port forward-> NAT Forwarding -> Virtual Servers -> IP adddress and Port
Are you able to check the UPnP is it's enabled or disabled? You might need to Enable it.
Did you change the IP address of your modem/router? The internal IP you used it different compared to the default one.
The port 10118 that you are trying to open, might need to be under TCP/UDP protocol/service type.
We will also request for firmware update if available.
Shoot me a PM with your TPG username or customer ID number and updates will be provided once available.
Hi @XoomBetaBrava . There is a later version of firmware for your router. I don't think that's the problem.
You don't need upnp.
Allow tcp and udp because port checking sites might only do tcp.
Are you on FTTB/FTTN? If not, you have to select the ewan interface.
both ports allowed and check again same CLOSED status.
UPnP tried as well no change
TPG modem is on public IP plus LAN IP range is 10.91.10.x.- xx
Router is on 10.91.10.100
HI Please note .100 is router
set up is as below
TPG modem with public IP and LAN is 10.91.10.1- 200
TRouter is connected to 10.91.10.100
Would like to open port for .100 (UDP-10118)
Set up ALL on 10.91.10.1 (TPG Modem) virtual server with IP address pointing to Router .100
10118 not listed.
@XoomBetaBrava . Your description sounds odd.
The screenshots you provided before looked ok.
The router has a LAN ip address of 10.91.10.1 with pool 10.91.10.100-104 and default gateway 10.91.10.1.
The computer you want to access should have a reserved ip address so it is always the same on the lan. Make it outside of the pool.
The port forwarding rule points to 10.91.10.100 which has to be the computer, not the router. (Even tho' .100 is in the dynamic pool, shouldn't stop it working.)
You're using a port checking tool on the internet. The port on the computer has to be Listening for the checking tool to connect to. Whatever port 10118 is used for, its application has to be running. The netstat command shows when the port is listening.
You need to set up Dynamic DNS so you can access your server using a name rather than a public ip address which changes from time to time.
@XoomBetaBrava . UDM is on fixed ip of .100.
From a computer connected to Archer, try to ping 10.91.10.100.
Does UDM have Intrusion Detection?
Does UDM have packet capture function or do you have that on a computer?