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  • #22013
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    millst
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    Can someone advise what network ports the control protocol uses between the surface/laptop and the rack.
    We are testing them between two buildings next week and there is a firewall between the networks so we will need to allow the traffic through on those ports.

    Regards
    Toby
    http://www.np.co.nz

    #24210
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    bucks
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    Hi Toby.

    Complicated question, and a complicated answer !

    If you’re just using a firewall, but the two networks are on the same subnet, or the two networks are routable without NAT / PAT, then this should be possible.

    What typically can’t currently be done is:

    Private Network (Surface) | Public Internet | Private Network (Rack)

    but

    Private Network (Surface) | Private Network (Rack)

    Should be OK providing the firewall between the two networks isn’t also translating IP addresses / port numbers from the public side into a private address range. Many ADSL Modems / Routers incoperate this functionality.

    Port in use for the port forward should be:

    TCP Port 51321
    UDP Port 51320 through UDP Port 51324 inclusive.

    We are looking to improve the current restrictions for internet connectivity for 1.50.

    Hope this helps.

    Andy
    A&H

    #24215
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    millst
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    ok, thanks for the response. we will give it a try but I suspect there is NAT on at least one side. Will report back on how it goes but if it doesn’t work we will just put in a private link which is a pain but not the end of the world.

    NAT support could be very useful in the long run.

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