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The following ports will need to be forwarded:
3782, 3783, 18009, 27900, and 28900

Create the pinholes as follows. You may change the name to anything you like, as long as each name is different. In each instance, replace the internal ip with that of your computer running either Roger Wilco or Roger Wilco Base Station:

1. name = roger wilco 1
protocol = TCP
Ext port start = 3782
ext port end = 3783
internal ip = 192.168.1.x
internal port = 3782
submit
add more pinholes

2. name = roger wilco 2
protocol = UDP
Ext port start = 3782
ext port end = 3783
internal ip = 192.168.1.x
internal port = 3782
submit
add more pinholes

*Steps 1 and 2 are the same except for the protocol. Both must be used.

3. name = roger wilco 3
protocol = TCP
Ext port start = 18009
ext port end = 18009
internal ip = 192.168.1.x
internal port = 18009
submit
add more pinholes

4. name = roger wilco 4
protocol = UDP
Ext port start = 27900
ext port end = 27900
internal ip = 192.168.1.x
internal port = 27900
submit
add more pinholes

5. name = roger wilco 5
protocol = UPD
Ext port start = 28900
ext port end = 28900
internal ip = 192.168.1.x
internal port = 28900
submit

6. Click yellow triangle in upper right corner. If validation passes, click save and restart.

When someone wants to connect, they will use your public ip of 1.2.3.4:3783/channel name. The 1.2.3.4 is the wan ip showing on the cayman homepage. The :3783 is the port for Roger Wilco Base Station. If you wish to host a channel using Roger Wilco, the port is 3782.

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by davidg See Profile edited by removed See Profile
last modified: 2004-02-08 20:11:14