[App_rpt-users] Wireless ISP help

Shuler Burton shulerburton at gmail.com
Mon Jul 11 07:56:34 EDT 2016


For open VPN tutorial goto the HAK5 podcast.  It has gotten a lot easier with newer releases.
Several recent episodes on setting up your own VPN connection.

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Shuler KF4NQN

> On Jul 11, 2016, at 7:10 AM, Eric Meth <ve3ei at iescomm.ca> wrote:
> 
> Skyler. The answer in this case is to us a VPN to your home or other location that Internet with a Public IP address. You effectively run a tunnel to that IP and that is the on you control. You are creating a tunnel from that location to your wireless site. One of the most popular is OpenVPN but has a steep learning curve. A good alterternatin is Softether  https://www.softether.org/ from Japan, it is open source, emulates openVPN and others and allows a vpn connection. It is available for Window, Mac and Linux so should be east to add. 
> Eric Meth - ve3ei
> 
>> On 11/07/2016 12:13 AM, Skyler F 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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