Jump to content

Can't remote connect


Niazniaz

Recommended Posts

Hey

I can't seem to remote connect to my Emby server.

I went through the connectivity guide, and set up port forwarding but still hasn't helped.

I want to double check if the port forwarding I've done is correct.

My router is the Tenda 11N.

Here are the settings:

post-279021-0-13199000-1516819035_thumb.jpg

 

When I tried the http://www.canyouseeme.org/ test I got this result:

 

Error: I could not see your service on 103.85.207.48 on port (8096)
Reason: No route to host

 

FYI I'm pretty much a noob when it comes to network setups so please explain your statements.

Thank you.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Well in your screenshot it looks like you're forwarding traffic on port 8096 to two different ip addresses? that's not going to work. Just use the ip address of the machine running emby server.

 

Please let us know if this helps. Thanks.

Link to post
Share on other sites

The ip address of the machine running the is the one that ends with 103.

I let that be the only rule there and tried again, but same result, 

Reason: No route to host

Any other ideas?

Link to post
Share on other sites
pir8radio

@@Abobader or @@pir8radio have you worked with this kind of router before?

 

No,  but like you said the .1 line should not be there... 

 

Who is your ISP?  EDIT: never mind it looks like you are in India, is it possible your ISP is blocking inbound connections?  Some Cellular and other ISP's put their customers behind a NAT which doesn't allow inbound connections unless you request them with the ISP.

Edited by pir8radio
  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites

I tried contacting them, but they weren't giving any concrete answers.

They said that I would need a static ip and that would cost more, so I looked alternatives to it, and came across no-ip.com.

I'll setup a DDNS or whatever and try again.

 

EDIT: Talked them again, they said that  it was working on the static ip? And that they would contact my operator and call back.

EDIT 2: I talked to them and they said that I need a static ip address for it to work. Do you guys know any alternatives? Thanks.

Edited by Niazniaz
Link to post
Share on other sites
pir8radio

I tried contacting them, but they weren't giving any concrete answers.

They said that I would need a static ip and that would cost more, so I looked alternatives to it, and came across no-ip.com.

I'll setup a DDNS or whatever and try again.

 

EDIT: Talked them again, they said that  it was working on the static ip? And that they would contact my operator and call back.

EDIT 2: I talked to them and they said that I need a static ip address for it to work. Do you guys know any alternatives? Thanks.

 

I still think you may be behind a NAT, they want to give you a real internet IP of your own.  Just using a dynamic DNS service wont help you.  I don't know what your ISP options are out there...  If they are using NAT im guessing you don't have many to pick from?  

Link to post
Share on other sites
Fratopolis

Never seen a tracert do this before. It just kept going back and forth between it self at the end.

 

  1    <1 ms    <1 ms    <1 ms  router.asus.com [10.0.0.1]
  2     *        *        *     Request timed out.
  3     9 ms     9 ms     8 ms  dtr02socomo-tge-0-7-1-3.soco.mo.charter.com [96.34.54.185]
  4     9 ms     8 ms     9 ms  crr01blvlil-bue-10.blvl.il.charter.com [96.34.76.197]
  5    13 ms    13 ms    15 ms  bbr01blvlil-bue-80.blvl.il.charter.com [96.34.2.168]
  6    34 ms    15 ms    14 ms  bbr01olvemo-bue-3.olve.mo.charter.com [96.34.0.14]
  7    21 ms    22 ms    15 ms  bbr02chcgil-bue-2.chcg.il.charter.com [96.34.0.12]
  8    14 ms    15 ms    15 ms  prr01chcgil-bue-4.chcg.il.charter.com [96.34.3.11]
  9    16 ms    15 ms    16 ms  209-8-108-113.static.pccwglobal.net [209.8.108.113]
 10   208 ms   208 ms   208 ms  TenGE0-4-0-10.br02.hkg15.pccwbtn.net [63.223.15.138]
 11   245 ms   245 ms   245 ms  bharti.te0-5-0-17.br02.hkg15.pccwbtn.net [63.217.17.154]
 12   276 ms   276 ms   276 ms  182.79.175.49
 13   279 ms   277 ms   277 ms  dsl-ncr-dynamic-206.105.16.125.airtelbroadband.in [125.16.105.206]
 14   277 ms   278 ms   277 ms  madurai-eg-175.232.249.45.powergrid.in [45.249.232.175]
 15   286 ms   282 ms   282 ms  103.7.131.181
 16   291 ms   289 ms   290 ms  103.7.131.182
 17     *        *        *     Request timed out.
 18   290 ms   289 ms   289 ms  103.85.204.118
 19   298 ms   291 ms   292 ms  103.85.204.117
 20   299 ms   288 ms   289 ms  103.85.204.118
 21   291 ms   290 ms   372 ms  103.85.204.117
 22   290 ms   298 ms   289 ms  103.85.204.118
 23   295 ms   292 ms   296 ms  103.85.204.117
 24   290 ms   288 ms   289 ms  103.85.204.118
 25   312 ms   290 ms   295 ms  103.85.204.117
 26   297 ms   289 ms   289 ms  103.85.204.118
 27   301 ms   296 ms   292 ms  103.85.204.117
 28   290 ms   289 ms   290 ms  103.85.204.118
 29   291 ms   294 ms   291 ms  103.85.204.117
 30   289 ms   289 ms   289 ms  103.85.204.118
Link to post
Share on other sites

I still think you may be behind a NAT, they want to give you a real internet IP of your own.  Just using a dynamic DNS service wont help you.  I don't know what your ISP options are out there...  If they are using NAT im guessing you don't have many to pick from?  

Yes, they're the best isp where I live.

I guess I'll have to sign up for a static ip, but first,can somebody explain what Fratopolis's post was about?

Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
×
×
  • Create New...