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Mentor FR4II Router

Discussion in 'Networks' started by law123, Jan 22, 2006.

  1. law123

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    Hi I have a Mentor FR4II Router (This One) I was wondering if anyone can knows where I can get information on setting up port forwarding for this router. As I use Emule and I am not able to set it up to used with it. If I don’t use the router I am able to use Emule without any problem. The sad thing is I had this problem before and managed to sort it out on my own. But I just can’t do it this time.

    So looking for some info on this router I have the manual but I feel it is vague.
     
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  2. simongrahamuk
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    simongrahamuk Hmmmmmmm?

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  3. law123

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    Yes been there but can't find much info on this apart from security issues
     
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  4. Sparky
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  5. law123

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    Yes Sparky

    I can log on to router set the ports that are on that page. But when I try testing ports I get:-

    Starting TCP connection test...
    TCP test failed! UDP test will not be performed.

    Connection test finished.
     
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  6. Sparky
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    Do you have any software firewalls installed on your PC? This also includes Windows firewall.

    Also where do you run the connection test, is this a utility on the firewall or is it part of the emule software?
     
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    Sparky Law has said this...

    From that I would say that the issue is not with a software firewall but it is indeed with the router config.
     
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  8. law123

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    Yes Pete

    I think it is with the router config. Just can't seem to figure this one out I have been at it for days on and off before I posted here.

    George
     
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  11. Sparky
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    whoops! :oops:

    any update law123?

    The link posted by arisen seems to cover the whole setup.
     
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  12. law123

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    Sorry guys I have not let you know any update as of yet have been busy with other things. I only read the post so I am going to try now and will update soon.

    Thx arisen yes that looks exactly what I am looking for. :thumbleft
     
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  13. law123

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    Thanks guys that worked perfect.

    :super
     
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