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dreambox and uPnp port NAT - 13-June-2009, 15:15

Hello,

Is it possible to use uPnp service to forward ports
to dreambox? (21,23,12000)

My router can manage uPnp service, but for
dreambox i only found video stream upnp service,
and not standard port forwarding.

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13-June-2009, 16:09

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Hello,

Is it possible to use uPnp service to forward ports
to dreambox? (21,23,12000)

My router can manage uPnp service, but for
dreambox i only found video stream upnp service,
and not standard port forwarding.

Thanks before.
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13-June-2009, 17:12

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Is it possible to use uPnp service to forward ports
to dreambox? (21,23,12000)
Not 12000. That's the CCcam server. CCcam doesn't do UPnP - at least not as far as I know.

21 and 23 possibly, depending on your firmware, but I very much doubt it.

You might find a plugin for your image, but UPnP is notorious for not working correctly and when it does work, it's a terrible security hole.

In the time it took to write this reply, you could have forwarded 21, 23, and 12000 in your router. You could probably have done it in the time it took to write the question.

Any particular need for UPnP to work, or just curious?

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13-June-2009, 19:05

Not really need to use...
But if i use normal NAT settings i need to deactivate upnp on my router...
And uPnp works not so bad for my use on pc... maybe not so safe...but anyway, i don't work for FBI.. :)
   
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13-June-2009, 19:28

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Not really need to use...
But if i use normal NAT settings i need to deactivate upnp on my router...
UPnP modifies NAT settings to open additional ports. It needs NAT to work. Your security settings (firewall, etc.) might not be allowing UPnP in the router. I'm not really sure what you mean by "normal nat settings"

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And uPnp works not so bad for my use on pc... maybe not so safe...but anyway, i don't work for FBI.. :)
You should be able to use NAT and UPnP at the same time.
   
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