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jason

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i can only access by 10.0.0.2:8989 or localhost:8989 self test fails i have forwarded the port to 10.0.0.2 ??? ??? ???
need help PLEASE EMAIL ME @ jjbarovich@yahoo.com or jasonbay13@gmail.com THANKS in advance
it been weeks and i cant get it working


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try forward 8989 to 8989, how about the firewall, all ok there..?
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jason

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firewall is off and i have it forwarded for port 8989 to 10.0.0.2
help me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1


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If you are running windows open up the command prompt by pressing WIN+R and then typing in "cmd", a black window should appear with white text. Type in the command "ipconfig" and check that under IP Adress it says 10.0.0.2, that is your internal IP and your router should forward the port to that address. Ensure that the port opened in you router is the same as in HFS and finally check your external IP to ensure you are trying to connect to the right computer.
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nothing works
i try a port scanner and it all comes up secure inlcuding other por scanners where i type in 8989 i tried this one also:
google.com/url?sa=t&ct=res&cd=1&url=http%3A%2F%2Fprobe.hackerwatch.org%2Fprobe%2Fprobe.asp&ei=CXIPSJn8NZDuebv_5c0J&usg=AFQjCNG8L3a4SIiHlWMynIaHcYzVdazrnQ&sig2=v3lEPcTAU-l-ZnRKtrWIfg
everything comes up secure, how about you


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Did you do what rejetto told you to do ?
Check out instructions for YOUR ROUTER at portforward.com
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Did you do what rejetto told you to do ?
Check out instructions for YOUR ROUTER at portforward.com
Many of blablabla but few results, excess of posts to say nothing

Be more constructive and post only for something really necessary


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Did you do what rejetto told you to do ?
Check out instructions for YOUR ROUTER at portforward.com
Many of blablabla but few results, excess of posts to say nothing

Be more constructive and post only for something really necessary

I have to agree with Fysack here, Jason has not yet responded to rejetto's suggestion which may aswell solve the problem. Some routers have Virtual Server instead of, or even in combination with, the Port Forwarding feature (like my own router). In this case, you will have to make use of the Virtual Server function in your router to get HFS to work.

All of this is explained on portforwarding.com, so sorry, but your post was alot of blabla and fysacks posts (for a change) were not.


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Yea Mr.Guest
Be more constructive and post only for something really necessary
that came from the right mouth..

Considering Jason wrote help me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! supplied with verry little info, i assumed he was not aware of this could be a router spesific problem.
So instead of asking a question, that would lead me to ask a new question, i asked a question that would lead us closer to a solution. Its called: the elemination method

and fysacks posts (for a change) were not.
I learn from the best  ;D
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jason

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i have done everything portforward told me to do but still nothing
i have firewalls off so what could it be ???
i also tried pfconfig program from portforward.com

btw i gave up so no answer is needed. (after about 15 hrs of just trying to get it to work) >:( :(


jason

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oh and would i have to buy a 600$ router for this to work?

im not doing that


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I don't know about other people, but when I see someone spamming after asking for help I sudden;y have the urge not to help them. If you want help post as much information as possible, the more we know the more likely we are able to help you. Google search if other people have had problems with your router, try different ports, see if any errors come up, try running HFS on a different computer, don't give up and don't start spamming the forum just because you can't get it to work.

oh and would i have to buy a 600$ router for this to work?

No you don't need a $600 router, I have a fairly cheap D-Link router that works perfectly fine with HFS.
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jason

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i have an 80$ netgear router
oh and i will try my brothers computer after i hook it directly to intrnet. (he got a new computer)


jason

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is there a way i can unspam everything?  ???
i got it working. it was something to do with my westell dsl box not my router (i have no idea what i did but it worked)
72.65.232.107 :8989 / index.html (will only work for prob a day or 2 (maybe longer) try it