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May 17, 2016 at 08:24 in reply to: No external ip address shown with UPnP enabled #11342
In NoMachine player enter Public IP (not local) and choose Port 4000 and Protocol NX.
As I use ddns service (changing external IP address) can I use hostname instead of external IP address?May 16, 2016 at 09:17 in reply to: No external ip address shown with UPnP enabled #11319
Would the following be correct for the Router settings in post 2 above?
For Local Lan Server Port and IP information. The local IP Address of the device running NoMachine i.e. 192.168.x.x?
For starting and ending ports 4000? (Although could be set to another port)
For Protocol both TCP and UDP?
For Optional Settings in 2 above
Starting and Ending RG WAN Port 20580?
For Remote IP Address the External IP address of the remote device running nxserver?
I finally see the gateway port 20580 but if I try to update from 4.4.12 the gateway port disappears and if I try to enable it I get the failed to map gateway port. 4.4.12 is the version in my Linux distros package manager. I’m going to purge this and try the latest install direct from the NoMachine website and see what happens.May 13, 2016 at 18:03 in reply to: No external ip address shown with UPnP enabled #11311
UPnP does not display public IP address with router enabling it. Therefore, need to manually configure it. Port Forwarding found under Firewall. Two options for entry.
1) Set the local LAN server port and IP information.
Select Device Manually Enter IP Address
Enter IP Address
Protocol (Choice of TCP, UDP, ICMP and GRE)
Below that have
2. (All settings optional). Set the RG WAN port to translate the local LAN server port. Set the remote IP to restrict access to only that Internet IP.
Starting RG WAN port
Ending RG WAN port
Remote Internet IP Address (Beside that entry box have 0.0.0.0 will use any IP address
What should I put in these settings for the default nomachine service port, gateway port? I cannot put a Public IP address in option 1 above as it won’t accept any IP address that is not local (i.e.192.168.xx for example)
As you say I can easily find my public IP address but where do I put it in the above settings?