[App_rpt-users] Wireless ISP help

Greg Stahlman kj6ko at innercite.com
Mon Jul 11 01:31:56 EDT 2016


I have had decent luck having the ISP forward ports.  Not a problem, but you
will probably have to get a static IP from them, and usually more money.

 

Another solution that has worked in the past, partially anyway, is if you
want to access the node via SSH, if you are on the same network with another
computer, you should be able to get into the SSH port with no issues.  You
will NOT, however, be able to take any inbound connections without the 4569
port forwarded.

 

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[mailto:app_rpt-users-bounces at ohnosec.org] On Behalf Of Bob Pyke
Sent: Sunday, July 10, 2016 9:31 PM
To: Skyler F
Cc: app_rpt-users at ohnosec.org
Subject: Re: [App_rpt-users] Wireless ISP help

 

It seems to me the 10.1.50.xx is not a public IP, and essentially behind a
router, which will require port forwarding. This would mean that your router
is behind another router. It is not clear to me how this could work. For
sure you don't appear to have control of any port forwarding via the ISP
router.

Bob
k6ecm
73

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> On Jul 10, 2016, at 9:13 PM, Skyler F <electricity440 at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> We are getting internet from a microwave link wireless ISP on a
mountiantop. According to Mountain Broadband, ports are not blocked, and
they don't have a firewall.
>
> However, when I plug my computer or router into the jack, I am
automatically assigned a 10.1.50.x address. Why is this happening? I never
requested an IP manually, it assigned me a DHCP IP.
>
> Inbound ports are all blocked to my router behind the DHCP IP address when
I try to login under the public IP.
>
> However... the mountaintop site has a static Public IP that is unique to
itself.
>
> Can someone explain how this works, and what information I need exactly to
get inbound port forwarding to work to my mikrotik router from whatever
Mountain Broadband has behind it ?
>
> 73
> Skyler
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