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    Forwarding port 9000

    This is a discussion on Forwarding port 9000 within the Asking for help forums, part of the Broadband Technical Help category; I've tried doing this on my router How do I test this within my network or do I have to ...

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      Forwarding port 9000

      I've tried doing this on my router

      How do I test this within my network or do I have to be external for it to work if so, what do I need to do to test it?

      Thanks
      Last edited by jamesg1979; 02-09-09 at 07:39 PM.


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      Re: Forwarding port 9000

      What is the application your wanting to enable port 9000 which is cslistener?

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      Re: Forwarding port 9000

      Hi, it's a Buffalo Linkstation pro. Enables webaccess to the hard drive outside of my network.

      Here's what I've done:

      Set up a service > Add Custom Service
      Name: LINKSTATION
      Tyoe: TCP/UDP
      Start Port: 9000
      End Port: 9000

      Then gone to Firewall > Inbound Services
      Service: LINKSATION
      Action: Allow Always
      Send to LAN server: 192.168.0.130
      WAN Users: Any
      Log: Always

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      Last edited by jamesg1979; 02-09-09 at 07:38 PM. Reason: Added steps

     

     

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