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Standard User scott_j_g
(newbie) Sun 29-Apr-12 14:35:35
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EchoLife HG521


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Hi

I have an EchoLife HG521 wireless rougher from talktalk. Everything works fine and has done for a number of months, I have installed XAMPP on my laptop, i have been using it for a wile on another network fine but when it comes to the HG521 i cant get any connection to the server from an external network, I have tried disabling the firewall but still no connection to the sever when the IP is ran from a machine on another network

Any ideas?

Thanks
Scott
Standard User john2007
(legend) Sun 29-Apr-12 18:44:31
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Re: EchoLife HG521


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Can you ping or tracert to your router's external address?
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Sun 29-Apr-12 19:03:00
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Re: EchoLife HG521


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Have you done any port forwarding so that external requests are forwarded to the machine running XAMPP

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ISP Representative TALKTALK_SUPPORT
(isp) Thu 03-May-12 13:58:24
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Re: EchoLife HG521


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HI Scott,

Can you confirm if either of the above have resolved the issue?

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