[App_rpt-users] Node Connectivity

Jeff Carrier k0jsc.jeff at gmail.com
Sat Dec 12 18:54:10 EST 2015

If you're trying to use the Web transceiver from behind the same firewall
your server is on you'll have mixed results. In my experience it usually
won't work.
On Dec 12, 2015 3:48 PM, "KM4NRJ FLORIDA" <km4nrj at gmail.com> wrote:

> I have a server configured running on CentOS, hosting dual nodes.  One is
> a URIx and another is the C108 chipset FOB.
> Server is online with push from AllstarLink, stats show the nodes up and
> active, URIx is flashing green, and all looks great.
> Problem is when I use WebTransceiver to connect to either node, nothing
> happens like other nodes of automatic connection.  Even manually using
> CONNECT does nothing.  I have triple checked all the .conf files and they
> are good, router is port forwarded.  Refreshed from AllStarLink, Rebooted,
> even gave the server a Public unrestricted WAN address, and same results.
> Yes I am new to this.  Commercial Radio side for 30 plus years.
> Advanced thanks to all.
> Chuck
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