Two router setup with public ip to allow port forwarding

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Two router setup with public ip to allow port forwarding
Two router setup with public ip to allow port forwarding
2022-05-09 05:23:13 - last edited 2022-05-09 05:59:41

Hi

So you normally have a simple modem/router that accepts a dsl-cable.

Now, I have a project where I need to put an application online.

For this, I have bought a TP-Link TL-R407t+ and I have a Technicolor modem/router with wifi.

The setup now goes like this: phone outlet --> Technicolor --> TP-Link.

This gives me wifi from the Technicolor and the internet through the tp-link works through an Ethernet too.

The TP-Link, I have set up for port forwarding. Yet, what remains is that the TP-Link has a private ip. I am lost in figuring out how I get it to use the public IP, so that once I write xx.xx.xx.xx:8080 or whatever into a browser, my app shows up.

So my question is, how do I setup my routers, or add stuff, to allow the port forwarding to work.

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Re:Two router setup with public ip to allow port forwarding
2022-05-10 07:00:38

  @BettyVeronicasi You will need to do Port Forwarding again on the Technicolor router. Open the same ports for the WAN IP address of TL-R407t+.

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