- I have my Elk M1 completely installed with a M1XEP
- The XEP is set up with a static IP that is outside of the range of the DHCP server
- The static IP is assigned to the ELK in the modem/router config
- The RP software connects flawlessly to the XEP with a static IP and allows me to program the system when I am inside the LAN
- I have dynamic dns set up to point to my WAN IP and is updated via the XEP
- I have ports 2601, 26, and 80 forwarded to the static IP address of the XEP
I cannot access my system from outside the LAN with the dynamic dns or if I type in the WAN IP directly which leads me to believe that the port forwarding is messed up.
There really isn't much to mess up, but maybe I'm doing something wrong. The picture below if a pic of the router screen that I found on the internet and does not have my specific info in it
Protocol - I've tried TCP and both
Global Port Start - If I'm forwarding 2601, I enter 2601
Global Port End - If I'm forwarding 2601, I enter 2601
Base Host Port - I think this is where I'm messed up. If I'm forwaring 2601, I've tried both 2601 and 80. What port does the Elk M1 listen on?
After I setup the port forwards, It asks where I want the ports forwarded to and I select the static IP of my XEP which the router has self identified in a drop-down list. along with the MAC Address.
Anyone have any ideas? Am I missing something simple here?
Edited by SIMKO, 08 May 2012 - 04:07 PM.