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Albo2001

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Hi Guys , only a question..

How could connect my netduma to a router with openwrt?

 Modem - Router Openwrt - Netduma.

 i try but , my nat is Limited in xbox one

Modem - routeropenwrt - Xbox One Nat Open ( port forwarding 1- 65535 Openwrt to Xbox )

Modem - RouterOpenwrt - Netduma _ Xbox one nat Limited



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disable upnp on the netduma router!



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You're going to have a double NAT issue if you don't put the Netduma in the DMZ of the upstream router. Keep in mind you can't use Netduma's congestion control with this setup.


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openwrt does not have a DMZ feature. DD-WRT does!

You're going to have a double NAT issue if you don't put the Netduma in the DMZ of the upstream router. Keep in mind you can't use Netduma's congestion control with this setup.



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Leave upnp ticked for duma

On lede/openwrt you need to go to firewall-portforwarding

Name allow-DMZ
Protocol TCP+UDP
External zone=WAN
External port (leave blank)
Internal zone=LAN
Internal up address (choose Duma ip)
Internal port (leave blank)
Click add then save and apply

Hope this helps




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