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NZ5E

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Forwarding ports to multiple IPs?
« on: 2010-12-27, 18:42:36 »
I am forwarding ports to the Remote Rig Radio Box, which is setup with a Static IP on my LAN.  How can I also forward ports to my Webswitch and IP Camera if my router only has port forwarding to one IP?
« Last Edit: 2010-12-28, 15:15:11 by NZ5E »

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Re: Forwarding ports to multiple IPs?
« Reply #1 on: 2010-12-27, 19:37:55 »
Which router do you have?

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Re: Forwarding ports to multiple IPs?
« Reply #2 on: 2010-12-28, 08:26:25 »
Not aware of any router that can only forward to one IP adress in your network
maybe you should look under multipple ports forwarding in your router

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Re: Forwarding ports to multiple IPs?
« Reply #3 on: 2010-12-28, 15:11:38 »
Which router do you have?

I am using a Linksys WRT54G2 at the radio location.

I have a Linksys E1000 at my home that I could switch out if it offers some functionality that the other router does not.

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Re: Forwarding ports to multiple IPs?
« Reply #4 on: 2010-12-28, 15:14:21 »
Not aware of any router that can only forward to one IP adress in your network
maybe you should look under multipple ports forwarding in your router

Guy ON4AOI

I was traveling when I posted the question.  I will look at the setup for each of my routers and see if port forwarding to multiple IP's is available in either one.
« Last Edit: 2010-12-28, 15:16:31 by NZ5E »

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Re: Forwarding ports to multiple IPs?
« Reply #5 on: 2010-12-29, 12:15:18 »
for wrt54g2, check under GAMING for multipple portforwarding

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Re: Forwarding ports to multiple IPs?
« Reply #6 on: 2011-01-02, 17:20:36 »
I use multiple devices to do port forwarding inside my network to multiple IP's. Each device either has a fixed IP, or uses DHCP, but is assigned a static IP by the router using its MAC address.
If you use an IP camera, either assign a fixed IP to it, or use the router's IP reservation feature via DHCP, then setup port forwarding to route from the external public IP/DNS to your internal private network. I use Netgear routers which has this feature, so do Trendnet. Limit DHCP IP range to not extend beyond fixed IP addresses.

My 2 Remoterigs use static fixed IP's and I assigned separate port numbers to each:

RemoteRig1 uses default ports:
RemoterigAudio   11000  192.168.0.228
RemoterigCmd   12000  192.168.0.228
RemoterigSIP    5060   192.168.0.228

RemoteRig2 uses next port number and different fixed IP:
RemoteRigAudio2   11001  192.168.0.230
RemoteRigCMD2   12001  192.168.0.230
RemoteRigSIP2   5061   192.168.0.230

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Re: Forwarding ports to multiple IPs?
« Reply #7 on: 2016-06-06, 11:13:00 »
When using multiple radios with multiples radio RRC's, how can you direct the connection from the control RRC to a specific radio, with a different forwarded port?  Can you enter the port no. with the IP address in the addreees box?

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Re: Forwarding ports to multiple IPs?
« Reply #8 on: 2016-06-07, 17:37:58 »
I am forwarding ports to the Remote Rig Radio Box, which is setup with a Static IP on my LAN.  How can I also forward ports to my Webswitch and IP Camera if my router only has port forwarding to one IP?

This article should guide you in setting the port forwarding on your Linksys router:

http://www.linksys.com/us/support-article?articleNum=136656

Charlie KB8CR