I am having problems with port forwarding 80 and 443. I know how to port forward and do it successfully with other ports, but 80 and 443 will not go anywhere else other than the HG659 web admin. I have rebooted the modem repeatedly
Is there a firmware update available for my modem?
Product type: HG659
Device ID: 00E0FC-J3N8W17825953594
Hardware version: VER.B
Software version: V100R001C216B112
According to other posts i have read on this forum, I should be able to forward 80 and 443. If a firmware update doesn't fix this, then maybe my modem is faulty.
Hi @Riezl ,
Thanks for upgrading the firmware but that did not fix the problem.
please note - I did not say the ports were being blocked, I said that the modem will not forward ports 80 or 443 to a computer within my home network. I have forwarded other ports successfully but 80 or 443 will not go to any other machine except the router.
Do you have a solution for this?
Hi Support - so here I am nearly 2 weeks later and the saga continues. I've spent untold time speaking to support people - have taken a day off work and traveled from brisbane 92 hours) to let the TPG guy "look" at the modem - what a waste of time. YES! - I have disconnected / rebooted etc. I have now driven from Brisbane again for a supposed NBN appointment on Friday but still no confirmation - I REPEAT FOR ANYONE WHO ACTUALLY PUTS SOME THOUGHT INTO FEEDBACK SUCH AS THIS - THE PROBLEM STARTED WHEN THE NBN GUY WAS "PLAYING" IN THE TELSTRA PIT. Yes I know that there is a process but to follow it blindly is pointless!! - some response would be good
Your connection is not secure The owner of w ww.whatever!com.au has configured their website improperly.
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Report errors like this to help Mozilla identify and block malicious sites w ww!whatever!com!au uses an invalid security certificate.
The certificate is not trusted because the issuer certificate is unknown. The server might not be sending the appropriate intermediate certificates. An additional root certificate may need to be imported.
The certificate is only valid for the following names:
mediarouter.home, mediarouter1.home, mediarouter2.home, mediarouter3.home
Error code: SEC_ERROR_UNKNOWN_ISSUER
Thats the router answering when the SSL was requested.......not your website.
How to fix?: Ditch this modem. Its behaviour is non-standard and not appropriate for business purposes.
Or TPG am I wrong is their another fix? Am I missing something obvious....?