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  1. poly_boi

    Port Forwarding in Ubuntu 16.04

    I'm trying to forward ports in Ubuntu 16.04. I was trying to edit the .ovpn file I used to import the settings to include something like this... iptables -I FORWARD -i tun0 -p udp -d 10.35.0.30 --dport 51413 -j ACCEPT iptables -I FORWARD -i tun0 -p tcp -d 10.35.0.30 --dport 51413 -j ACCEPT iptables -t nat -I PREROUTING -i tun0 -p tcp --dport 51413 -j DNAT --to-destination 10.35.0.30 iptables -t nat -I PREROUTING -i tun0 -p udp --dport 51413 -j DNAT --to-destination 10.35.0.30 Am I on the right track? Are there other commands I need to add? I was thinking that maybe I need to somehow use a command that forwards packets from enp3s0 to tun0? Is that how it works? I connect to the internet through enp3s0=>tun0=>VPN Server=>Internet? I'm really out of my depth here and I just don't have the time to research all of it. I have already been trying for 4 hours. Any help would be appreciated.
  2. So I've succeeded in getting my router to handle traffic through the VPN and assigned the static IP. I can't, however, seem to get anything to open up to the public. I've opened it up through my "port management" area, as well as set up traditional port forwarding through the router's GUI, and even the 4 commands shown in the knowledgebase. I'm out of ideas at this point. Anyone else have any?
  3. I have port forwarding working properly for several services, however SSH will not work. I've tried about everything I can, and it works properly when I turn VPN off (both on the local network and through my public IP remotely), but when VPN is on - I get a connection refused over the VPN IP, and a timeout on my non-VPN IP. Anyone have an idea?
  4. Hi! Maybe I'm getting rusty (probably ;p heh~)... but I please need some help with setting up port forwarding to Vuze, using a new Airport Extreme via a Mac (VPN/socks). For whatever reason, Vuze says that the routing is good, NAT is good but the connection is firewalled (could it be my ISP???). So here's my setup:... Mac: Connecting to VPN using L2PT in the Network control pane. PPP is setup to a manual-static, local IP address (was automatic before - behind NAT - both work). Proxies configured (with authentication): Web: port 6060 Secure web: 993 FTP: 443??? Socks: 1085 Vuze: Incoming TCP listen port: 6881 Incoming UDP listen port: 6881 Socks proxy port: 1085 HTTP seeding port: 6060 Airport Extreme: Network - Port settings: Public UDP ports: 6881 Public TCP ports: 6881 Private IP address: to manual-static, local IP address on Mac Private UDP ports: 6881 Private TCP ports: 6881 So... what am I doing wrong here xD ;p ???... something has to be off ;o . I used to be able to work this out a-ok ages ago on Transmission, but times have changed and have become more complex ;p . Also, I apologize if this question falls under what may be the wrong forum topic, but this could fall under several ;o ... so this one seems like the best of all ;p heh... Anyways, thank you so much in advance for any of your help - anywhere - anytime ^^ !!!~
  5. RocDaMike

    Awesome Service!

    Hey guys, I just wanted to express my sincere gratitude to Andy from your Support Team. I was having some connectivity issues regarding port forwarding on one of my installed applications and he managed to help me sort it (very quickly I might add!) I only signed up yesterday and I'm glad I did. To experience such a high level of customer service is quite rare, so kudos! Thanks Team Michael
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