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Trying to Port Forward Jetpack


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#1 Bad-People

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Posted 24 September 2014 - 10:11 PM

I guess this goes here.
 
I had to replace my Verizon Jetpack ZTE recently and now my Tixati won't work unless I Port Forward the new Jetpack. In order to do this I have four fields I need to fill in.
 
1) IP Address
 
2) Private Port
 
3) Port
 
4) Protocols
 
Now I think I know what to put in "Port" and "Protocols" but I don't know what IP Address it wants (Puplic, external, etc?) and I have no idea what it wants me to put in "Private Port". 
 
Here's the instructions I was following but it left out some vital information. 
 
http://www.verizonwireless.com/support/devices/knowledge_base.html/50205/

Edit: Moved topic from Firewall Software and Hardware to the more appropriate forum.~ Animal

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#2 Wand3r3r

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Posted 25 September 2014 - 10:35 AM

The ip address is never the wan port but the that of the target machine you are port forwarding to.  You need to first set a static ip on that machine then you do your port forwarding.

 

The link shows no private port but usually you would put the same port number in both

 

Protocols would be udp or tcp to both.  You would determine this by what the program being forwarded requires.






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