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[Port Forwarding] My WAN IP is different from my public ip... what to do?


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#1 DarkSinisterKid

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Posted 18 January 2015 - 04:09 AM

Hi...

 

 

The title is self-explanatory. The network settings page of my only router/modem reports that my WAN IP is "10.14.99.48". My service works on this IP, but the outside world cannot access it. It seems my router has

no traces of my actual public IP. So what can I do? Is there anything I can do without having to contact my ISP? Please help.

 

OS: 10.10 Yosemite


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#2 CaveDweller2

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Posted 18 January 2015 - 09:45 AM

wow...3rd topic started for the same issue. The 9th post on the 1st topic advised you to look at your WAN IP; guessing you skipped that? You could look into a free dynamic dns type service. I don't know if that would work or not. But I'll wait for you to start another topic on which is best.


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#3 Wand3r3r

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Posted 18 January 2015 - 01:18 PM

Your traceroute results don't support what you are saying.  Perhaps you are confusing the lan ip with the wan ip?



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Posted 18 January 2015 - 05:14 PM

Sorry cavedweller.... But my problem changes everytime.

Here is a screenshot to support what I'm saying..
(Look at the WAN section )

http://goldenenigma.t15.org/IMG_0424.PNG

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Posted 18 January 2015 - 05:17 PM

That wan ip is definitely not a normal one... And my actual public ip (as seen on whatismyip.com) is different from wan.... WHAT...?

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Posted 18 January 2015 - 05:21 PM

No...you still have the same issue. Your network changed, the issue forwarding ports is still the same. But whatever.

 

I can't get the link to open so no idea what's going on.


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Posted 18 January 2015 - 06:26 PM

No...you still have the same issue. Your network changed, the issue forwarding ports is still the same. But whatever.
 
I can't get the link to open so no idea what's going on.

I can feel in your posts you're getting really tired of this thread ;(
Or more like the three threads.

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Posted 18 January 2015 - 06:31 PM

And ok here, I have one router. And that's been given to me by my ISP. It's a modem router. And the wan showing on the router settings is not my public ip. So I'm just really confused. I searched on the Interwebz and they say it's called a private ip. Just check this thread.
http://www.dyncommunity.com/questions/36854/my-router-wan-ip-and-wwwcheckmyipcom-ip-is-differe.html

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Posted 19 January 2015 - 06:56 AM

Are you still using two routers?  If so, get rid of the Linksys until you get this issue resolved, it is only complicating the issue.



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Posted 19 January 2015 - 11:03 AM

You are seeing the wan ip that the first internet router is giving to the 2nd router.  That is hop 2 in your traceroute which came up *** since it was not configured to respond to ICMP.

 

So how is it you are still configured at #1?  Let's see a screen shot of the first internet router like you have with the Linksys.

 

Why haven't you configured as #2?



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Posted 19 January 2015 - 05:42 PM

Kilroy, no. Just using the ISP provided one and in its settings it says that 'wan IP' is 10.90.76.88, which is a private ip.
And wanderer, there IS no second router now.

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Posted 19 January 2015 - 07:05 PM

Lets see another post of a traceroute yahoo.com with this single router.

 

Last traceroute showed no 10x network


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Posted 20 January 2015 - 05:07 AM

Lets see another post of a traceroute yahoo.com with this single router.

 

Last traceroute showed no 10x network

I emailed my isp they said I have to pay additional 15 bucks per mo/ for a static ip

I didn't know you needed to pay extra just to port forward...

 

traceroute: 

Traceroute has started…

traceroute: Warning: www.yahoo.com has multiple addresses; using 106.10.139.246
traceroute to fd-fp3.wg1.b.yahoo.com (106.10.139.246), 64 hops max, 72 byte packets
 1  * * *
 2  ge-1-3.mnd1.skybroadband.com.ph (111.68.59.149)  22.646 ms  32.724 ms  10.822 ms
 3  111.68.59.178 (111.68.59.178)  15.799 ms  17.216 ms  11.926 ms
 4  111.68.59.177 (111.68.59.177)  10.977 ms  9.504 ms  13.049 ms
 5  114.108.192.201 (114.108.192.201)  9.399 ms  19.002 ms  9.186 ms
 6  10ge1-1-0.gw.sj.skybroadband.com.ph (114.108.192.133)  15.276 ms  23.452 ms  15.782 ms
 7  121.97.49.9.bti.net.ph (121.97.49.9)  11.495 ms  12.635 ms  9.730 ms
 8  202.78.96.206 (202.78.96.206)  94.201 ms  94.306 ms  90.009 ms
 9  yahoo1-10g.hkix.net (202.40.161.183)  88.465 ms  77.019 ms  73.170 ms
10  ge-1-0-0.pat1.hky.yahoo.com (203.84.209.37)  85.774 ms
    ge-0-0-0.pat1.hky.yahoo.com (203.84.209.47)  110.185 ms  104.925 ms
11  xe-0-1-0.pat2.sgy.yahoo.com (203.84.209.43)  102.039 ms  100.717 ms  105.094 ms
12  ae-5.msr2.sg3.yahoo.com (203.84.209.89)  126.404 ms  121.877 ms  123.685 ms
13  ae-3.clr1-a-gdc.sg3.yahoo.com (106.10.128.7)  104.257 ms  113.233 ms  119.338 ms
14  et-17-1.fab3-1-gdc.sg3.yahoo.com (106.10.128.17)  126.586 ms  140.670 ms  142.320 ms
15  po-11.bas1-1-prd.sg3.yahoo.com (106.10.128.69)  136.340 ms  131.532 ms  123.759 ms
16  ir1.fp.vip.sg3.yahoo.com (106.10.139.246)  103.588 ms  112.674 ms  108.376 ms 

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Posted 20 January 2015 - 11:05 AM

Your router is not enabled to respond to ICMP the protocol ping and traceroute users.  That first hop, which is hidden, would be your wan interface.  Does 111.68.59.149 come up as your public ip?

 

Giving you a private static ip wouldn't accomplish anything.  It has to be public ip or you can't port forward.



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Posted 20 January 2015 - 06:48 PM

Yes, that shows up as my ip on sites like whatismyip. But the internet ip on wan section shows a private ip.

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