Help with port forwarding please....

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by GaretJax, Apr 9, 2014.

  1. GaretJax

    GaretJax Reformed Router Member

    This should be easy, but for some reason it isn't proving to be so.

    I am using
    running on a Cisco/Linksys E4200 v1 router. My internet provider is Verizon FIOS and I have my Tomato router bridged so it is grabbing the WAN IP address.

    I have made the following changes:

    1) Bridged the router to FIOS.
    2) Enabled JFFS, loaded pixelserv onto the router and enabled pixelserv using the following script:

    Logger Configuring additional interface running on
    ip addr add dev br0:0 broadcast
    Logger PixelServ Startup
    ps | grep [p]ixelserv
    if [ $? == 1 ]; then
    3) Created a couple of access restrictions for my children so their internet connectivity is limited to waking hours.

    4) Enabled DDNS using OpenDNS
    5) Setup the following pot forwards

    I have read many sites including:

    Here is my IPTABLES filter chain:
    Here is my IPTABLES nat chain:
    I am not an IPTABLES expert, but from my untrained eye, the port forwarding appears to have made sufficient changes to allow the traffic through. A number of threads have referenced manual changes that need to be made for IPTABLES, but I can't believe that I have to do that.

    I checked my ports using:

    and they constantly report a connection timeout.

    Am I missing something easy here?

  2. GaretJax

    GaretJax Reformed Router Member

    No one has any thoughts?
  3. fubdap

    fubdap LI Guru Member

  4. GaretJax

    GaretJax Reformed Router Member

    Thanks for the heads up - that is one of the URLs I have already looked at.
  5. GaretJax

    GaretJax Reformed Router Member

    No one has any suggestions? This should be something easy and it just isn't working.
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