Port Forwarding ER605

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Port Forwarding ER605
Port Forwarding ER605
2023-06-12 23:38:04 - last edited 2023-08-16 05:52:54
Model: ER605 (TL-R605)  
Hardware Version: V2
Firmware Version: 5.9.32

I am simply tring to get port forwarding  setup for both wan links from ISP Spectrum.  I have configured my router using the cloud access management service.  Everything looks correct.  I can ping all interfaces on the internal network.  I can ping both wan ip addresses from inside the network.  I think that my problem is that I can't ping either wan ip address remotely.  I have conferred with the ISP and have been referred back to the router manufacturer.  I have conferred with TP-Link tech support to no avail but was given the suggestion of changing the cotroller web port from 80 to something else ( which I think is a mistake but have done).  The router indicates successful saving of rules created but not access to internal server remotely.  Any ideas or suggestions?

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Re:Port Forwarding ER605-Solution
2023-06-29 17:01:16 - last edited 2023-08-16 05:52:54
Sorry for the late response. I have chosen to go with 1 to 1 Nat and have it working perfectly. My next and current challenge is to backup (offload) my configuration to my pc.
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Re:Port Forwarding ER605
2023-06-13 09:57:22

  @ThisEngineer 

 

I'm confused if you want to configure One-One NAT.

 

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Re:Port Forwarding ER605
2023-06-13 23:21:51
At the moment I am simply trying to get port forwarding to work using 2 separate ip addresses. I have 2 individual WAN links. I would like to port forward to 1 wan ip my internal dvr for remote viewing. The other wan ip I would like to port forward a TrueNas server ip for box management. just to let you know where I am going with this, if all works seamlessly well, later I would like to do 1-to-1 Nat for Hype-V instances.
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Re:Port Forwarding ER605
2023-06-13 23:29:04
I have tried to configure 1 to 1 Nat but have had no success selecting an interface (Wan or Wan/Lan).
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Re:Port Forwarding ER605
2023-06-14 07:03:25

Hello @ThisEngineer,

 

Our engineer has received your feedback on the issue via email, they will continue to follow up with your case.

If you have any additional information, please feel free to reply to the support email whose case ID is TKID230618277.

 

Many thanks for your cooperation and patience! Thank you for your valued update on the case.

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Re:Port Forwarding ER605
2023-06-16 01:22:52
I am simplifying my goals by attempting to achieve the goal of having remote access to multiple internal ip addresses using "1 To 1 Nat". I have blown away all previous configuration settings to have a fresh start. This being the case everything seems to perform as expected and relatively faster. However, I am not able to select an interface (WAN/LAN - desired) in the effort to create a 1 to 1 Nat rule. I am leaving the "WAN" interface alone with the default setting of getting its connection from the ISP via DHCP. At the moment, the WAN/LAN interface is using the same config as the WAN interface. I want to use the WAN/LAN interface for the 1 to 1 Nat configuration settings. All ideas to complete this are appreciated.
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Re:Port Forwarding ER605
2023-06-16 02:47:48

  @ThisEngineer 

 

One-one NAT needs a static IP on the WAN side, can you apply one static IP from your ISP?

Just striving to develop myself while helping others.
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Re:Port Forwarding ER605
2023-06-17 17:40:16
I think so. This is exactly the question that I have and will be inquiring about with my ISP. My goal with One-one Nat is to, hopefully, be able to use a few static ip's on the WAN side.
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Re:Port Forwarding ER605
2023-06-18 17:09:39

  @Virgo  Having reset my entire configuration (logically) I now have what appears to be a great connectivity to configure and fine tune.  However, I am not able to "enable" an interface for assigning 1 to 1 Nat t.  From the appearance of the onscreen function I think that something else should be pre-configured so that I can assign an interface to the ip setup parameters.  My ER605 is using firmware Version: 2.1.2.  I have been able to get port forwarding to work on  the same WAN IP address.  I'd rather have 1 to 1 Nat servicing my internal servers which will total 4 servers.  Please advise....

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Re:Port Forwarding ER605-Solution
2023-06-29 17:01:16 - last edited 2023-08-16 05:52:54
Sorry for the late response. I have chosen to go with 1 to 1 Nat and have it working perfectly. My next and current challenge is to backup (offload) my configuration to my pc.
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