[App_rpt-users] Cannot Receive Incoming Connections From Other Allstar Link Nodes
Bryan D. Boyle
bdboyle at bdboyle.com
Mon Jun 3 06:58:48 EDT 2013
which is the case (port blocking) in 99% of the consumer service terms and conditions from your ISP. And it does have to do with revenue stream, as well as traffic volume management.
try investigating business class service. yeah it costs more, but for the most part (even with Comcast), there is no port blocking, you can run your own web/mail/whatever server, and for a small upcharge, you can request a static ip.
like all things, you get what you pay for.
have had 0 problems (aside from two major storms in 2 years knocking down power for multiple days...) with the business class service in 4 years.
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On Jun 2, 2013, at 20:07, "Benjamin L. Naber" <Benjamin at kb9lfz.com> wrote:
> I agree with Tim.
> Some ISPs and cellular phone providers with data plans block VoIP ports.
> If customers are using VoIP phone service or other type of internet
> service, then ISPs with telephone and cellular phone companies won't
> make money from users depleting their airtime minutes.
> I had the same issue before I setup port forward for Allstar, so it goes
> along the fact your ISP is blocking port 4569 for your incoming
> connections. My ISP blocks my incoming and outgoing port 25, along with
> a few others.
> ~Benjamin, KB9LFZ
> Allstar node 28569
> On Sun, 2013-06-02 at 10:24 -0500, Aaron Wardyn wrote:
>> Cannot Receive Incoming Connections From Other Allstar Link Nodes. I
>> can connect to others fine. I checked my port-forwarding and it's
>> setup correct for port 4569 UDP. My node is 29607.
>> Aaron Wardyn
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