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  1. Hi Wireguard is working perfectly on my end, but I haven't had any luck figuring out how to port forward yet. Anybody had any luck with this who'd like to share how they did it? I'm using the Windows client. Thanks!
  2. Thank you for taking the time to read this. I'm having difficulty forwarding the port for Emby. I have my Emby server running on Raspberry Pi 4 using the Retropie image. Everything runs great on my local network I have set up. I've set my WAN port on Emby to 8090 since 8096 is already in use in the TG IP. I test it by turning the Wifi off on my phone and trying the app and the browser using the WAN ip:port. It doesn't connect. The online port checker says the port is closed. Any help would be very much appreciated.
  3. Andrew S

    iOS Port Help

    I recently started with Torguard and I downloaded the app thinking that it would be able to provide me with port selection/forwarding for networks that block most ports. In this case, 80 and 443 were the only ones available on the network in question. I'd like to know if there's any way to work around this or if there's something I'm missing. I understand that apple has put in place some limitations, but certainly someone knows a way around this right? In short, I need to find a way to send my traffic through ports 80 or 443. Thanks for your help folks. Edit: I do have anyconnect on my
  4. Here's the setup: ISP Router > Main Router running DD-WRT v3.0 > LAN & a Webserver on port 81. All devices/computers have a static local IP. The VPN is working great on a Dedicated IP. All traffic is going through the VPN as intended. I have zero interest in bypassing the VPN. The problem is that I'm unable to connect to the webserver via the dedicated IP. I can access it fine on the LAN. I've tried Port Forwarding using DD-WRT's GUI as well as iptables in Administration > Commands > Firewall iptables -I FORWARD -i tun1 -p udp -d 192.16
  5. 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
  6. 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?
  7. 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?
  8. 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
  9. 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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