Jul 08, 2016 · Making server public with Dynamic IP behind NAT (router) (hosted on 2 machines). So i make i simply tutorial for noobs how make your server hosted on 2 machines public if you have dynamic IP address and your machines are behind NAT. 1. Configuring your router. In this step we need to setup first ddns (Dynamic Domain Name Server) on our router.
Some users report that NAT loopback (hairpinning) isn't properly working with some firmwares. That's only related to accessing your computer from the same network by your WAN IP. Could this also be causing the issue of private Hub's not always showing up in the server list, red or other wise.
Re:Re:NAT Hairpin/Loopback 2018-12-19 10:08:02 m5, yes up to date., yes... as i say, it was working 100% fine with my old router (linksys 1900acs) dns server isn't really relevant. it is using my own internal pihole dns server. the same as i always have done. but it makes no difference if using external one or not. the ip which that ddns server ...
Sep 04, 2020 · Workaround: See the related Knowledge Base article. Solution: This issue has been resolved in SMC version 6.2.0. SMC-3149-Issue: When viewing a report, the Show Records option might be missing from the right-click menu in a report section if the data is based on log entries Solution: This issue has been resolved in SMC version 6.2.0. SMC-3134-
Feb 22, 2014 · The E3000 supported NAT Loopback, the R7000 does not appear to have this feature without flashing custom Firmware (DD-WRT, for example). That is another subject on it's own, but it's not an a feature that should be convincing you that your R7000 is a poor unit.
To workaround that, LXC team wrote a tool called “lxc-user-nic” which is the only SETUID binary part of LXC 1.0 and which performs one simple task. It parses a configuration file and based on its content creates network devices for the user and bridge them.
You can then set it up with the Comcast public IP's you have so long as the Netgear will support that. pfsense has NAT reflection built in so you can access your public IP's from inside the local network. pfsense also has some great features like bandwidth limiting by IP or protocol, IPS add-ons, lots of other cool stuff.