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incoming connections

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by jogumi, Feb 21, 2007.

  1. jogumi

    jogumi LI Guru Member

    I have a WRT54GL that I've flashed with dd-WRT v23 SP2.

    I've configured it with ddns, port forwarding and remote admin. Few weeks ago all was workink fine, but suddenly the router is not able to listen traffic remotely in any port (port forwarding, 80, ssl, ssh) so doesn't accept incoming connections.

    My ISP is not blocking any traffic, the router has enabled DDNS and it's updtating the IP well. I've flushed all the iptables, but nothing works until now.

    What can I solve this problem?
  2. tekunix

    tekunix LI Guru Member

    Are you using any bittorrent application by any chance?

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  3. jogumi

    jogumi LI Guru Member

    No, I am not using any bittorrent application.
  4. ifican

    ifican Network Guru Member

    Have you rebooted the router?
  5. jogumi

    jogumi LI Guru Member

    Yes, many times.
  6. ifican

    ifican Network Guru Member

    Well get a crossover cable or a switch and we can find out once and for all if its the device or something else. Set your wan port to a static ip, set your computer to a static ip on the same subnet and try connecting to your services. If it works its your isp if it does not its the router. Dont count your isp out just yet, my isp decided one day to cut off smtp and not tell anyone. 1 day it worked the other it did not. If it turns out to be the router then back out or load a different firmware eventually you will find one that works.
  7. jogumi

    jogumi LI Guru Member

    Ok good idea the crossover cable, I was able to connect to my services, all indicate that the problem is with my ISP.
    I really appreciate your help.

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