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Author Topic: Change external uPNP ports used by DLINK cloud?  (Read 1256 times)

billchurch

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Change external uPNP ports used by DLINK cloud?
« on: June 14, 2016, 01:59:12 PM »

Just installed this DCS-2630L as a baby monitor and it was working great, until I realized it stole port 443 from me on my router for the D-Link cloud service.

I publish (DNAT) port 443 for various services I host in my house, home automation, other cameras, VPN, etc... Through UPNP the DCS-2630L added two UPNP pinholes for 443 and 80 to DNAT to itself.

So I had to block those ports in UPNP, but looking to see if there's an alternate way that I could still publish the camera and use a port other than 443, otherwise the cloud is out.

I changed the ports on the DCS-2630L to use alternate ports but that doesn't change what's published externally (DNAT). Thoughts?
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billchurch

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Re: Change external uPNP ports used by DLINK cloud?
« Reply #1 on: June 14, 2016, 02:04:15 PM »

Annnnnnd. Of course. I just updated the Firmware and now it looks like it selects an alternate port. So I think I'm good. Nothing was mentioned in the firmware about this, but also could be user error. :)
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Kakashi::.

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Re: Change external uPNP ports used by DLINK cloud?
« Reply #2 on: June 14, 2016, 03:10:22 PM »

We are glad it worked out for you, it should be a normal UPnP process of selection unless other applications require it (as a STATIC setting) then you will have a problem. It looks good for now.

Enjoy!
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