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AiRave behind a firewall

Journeyman

AiRave behind a firewall

I have my AiRave 2.5+ behind Sonic/AT&T's Pace router, but also behind a D-Link at the opposite end of my house.

To get it to work, I had to configure the Pace router as shown in the attached picture so that UDP ports 53, 500, 4500, and 52428 were forwarded to the seondary (D-Link) router. After that, all 4 lights on the AiRave turned green, and it was working!airave-port-forwarding.png

To add a port, say 53:

  • Click on UDP.
  • Enter 53 in the the From and To Port Range boxes.
  • Leave Timeout and Map empty.
  • I selected the last entry under Application Type, but I don't think it matters.
  • Click Add to List.
  • Repeat for the other 3 ports, remember to click on UDP. (The default is TCP.)
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Sprint Employee

Re: AiRave behind a firewall

That is great information to have, thank you. Alternatively you may also have option for pass-through, and DMZ that can help.

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