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Portforward Issue Same Port PC And PS4!

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Hi Netduma,

I'm having a problem with adding (portforward) the same port for example TCP 80 for PS4 and PC with different IP's one .125, and .126 in the end.

Get message port already excist! Can't configure / set same ports for different IP's?

I find it strange that you can't specify it to diffrent IP's.

 

Do you how to fix this?

Hope to get some answer!

Most Regards,

Scorpio

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Hi Fraser,

 

Everthing IP is static in my home network and i'm portforwarding everthing manualy!

 

Upnp is OFF because it does'nt work poperly for the ps4!

 

Get issues with upnp on with ps4, sometimes open ,moderate then stricht other the time and bad speed. (NO DMZ YET!)

 

So you told me in the past to portforward the ps4 in my setup (Netduma R1 In DMZ in My Netgear R7000).

 

And NOW the ps4 works like a Charm and that's good! ;).

 

 

But i need also now to portforward some ports for my PC Gaming (PC IP Server is set to XBoxlive) like The Division.

Have sometimes connection issues with hostsever.

 

So i need to portforward this in R1 Netduma Router And NOT PC Firewall:

 

https://www.reddit.com/r/thedivision/comments/49d1ps/info_recommended_open_ports_for_the_division/

 

Gameports:
TCP 80, 443, 27015, 51000, 55000 to 55999, 56000 to 56999
UDP 33000 to 33499

 

Port 80 and 443 are also taken by the ps4!

 

And i can't specify  same ports on 2 different IP's with the R1 netduma! 

 

I rather not Enable upnp for my PC for Unwanted upnp port opening.

 

Can This be fixed in the next  Netduma UPDATE?

 

Greetz Scorpio

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I don't think these two ports should result in an issue of you connecting to the server. Have you made sure you're not blocking it with the Geo-filter? 

 

In DumaOS you will have greater control over port forwarding I believe, such as setting inbound/outbound ports.

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Hi Fraser

 

Wel i also looked it up on portforwarding.com for the division. And for PC you dont need the port 80 and 443.only for the PS4 So that's ok.

 

https://portforward.com/ports.htm

 

But still if you have 2 ps4 or 2 xbox or 2 pc or a combination of those, with different IP's trying to configure the SAME PORT for the SAME GAME you will

 

Get message port already excist! and you Can't configure / set same ports for different IP's on the netduma!

 

Hope you can test this out for you're self! and see what i mean!

 

And if the DMZ feature is in the NEW Update you can only connect 2 devices one in DMZ the other through port forwarding for the same game!

 

Hope you Guys wil look in to this.

 

Most regards,

 

Scorpio

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The router wouldn't know which console to send the packets as its going to the same port. The inbound/outbound I mentioned should resolve that or UPnP. We will look into it for DumaOS

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Oke, will check all the New features when de DumaOS comes out! :)

 

And will try it again if you can configure different static IP's with same port for same game with NEW The inbound/outbound method!

 

And like I said I'm not a big fan of upnp how this works on the netduma it gives me issues on ps4!

 

I will check upnp Enabled with my PC and see what ports it uses!

 

Thanks for the reply!

 

Scorpio

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PS4 you can port forward 27015

PC you can port forward 27016

 

PS4 you can port forward 51000

PC you can port forward 51001

etc,

when it comes to a range of ports im not sure how to do this.

when a port is being used by another device usually that device will request the next port number up.

I hear on ps4 though there is a bug/on purpose that it does not request the next sequence of ports, so make sure you set your ps4 ports first, at least then on pc it should work.

 

if your happy with portforwarding then all those ports are open 24/7 (risk)

with upnp those ports gets closed (no Risk) there are times when the upnp doesnt close the port(maybe you have hard shut off something and it didnt get time to update upnp. table.

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On 1/31/2017 at 5:32 PM, Scorpio said:

Hi Fraser

 

Wel i also looked it up on portforwarding.com for the division. And for PC you dont need the port 80 and 443.only for the PS4 So that's ok.

 

https://portforward.com/ports.htm

 

But still if you have 2 ps4 or 2 xbox or 2 pc or a combination of those, with different IP's trying to configure the SAME PORT for the SAME GAME you will

 

Get message port already excist! and you Can't configure / set same ports for different IP's on the netduma!

 

Hope you can test this out for you're self! and see what i mean!

 

And if the DMZ feature is in the NEW Update you can only connect 2 devices one in DMZ the other through port forwarding for the same game!

 

Hope you Guys wil look in to this.

 

Most regards,

 

Scorpio

Hi Scorpio,
can I do it via vpn? actually i have subscription over vpn service and they offer port forwarding service at very minimal cost so if it's worth then i can purchase and forward my ports via it.. what you say about it please?
Thanks

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