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This is a discussion on Wondering... within the Sky Router forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; This was the last post by philosopho before he was banned. Sound familiar? how can i disable my NAT thing?...
- 20-12-07, 11:49 PM #11
This was the last post by philosopho before he was banned. Sound familiar?
how can i disable my NAT thing?
- 20-12-07, 11:54 PM #12
This does make it difficult to test whether you've set up port forwarding correctly, but I'm afraid there is no way around this. It is not possible to switch off NAT on the Sky router.
- 20-12-07, 11:57 PM #13
- 21-12-07, 12:43 AM #14
ahh okie, nope even my friend can visit the webpage...oh and some1 sed im able to disable interface thing...>.< buh he aint that sure....Lol
and is it possbile even i reboot my router my wanip wont change??
james maybe its juz coincident that i put my e.g is webserver...
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- 21-12-07, 02:00 AM #15
The option to disable NAT is available on most routers, but this is not available on the Sky router. I am absolutely certain of that.
And your router's WAN IP address will change every time you reboot your router. There are ways around this (using DynDNS) but it's a bit complicated to explain.
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- 21-12-07, 11:43 AM #17
If someone's able to help Aganuz/Philosopho then I think we'd all be grateful. He doesn't seem to be able to follow the advice or answers he's been given so far.
Last edited by Saturday; 21-12-07 at 11:46 AM.