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Author Topic: I have the DSL-2750U configured as my dal router  (Read 1862 times)

kamalpr

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I have the DSL-2750U configured as my dal router
« on: January 02, 2017, 10:01:04 AM »

Hello,

 I have the DSL-2750U configured as my dal router. I recently got a static ip address for my internet connection.
How do I ensure that only wireless clients and client connected via lan is able to access the http://<static ip>?
further, i want to setup a http server on one of my wireless clients. Ho do I re-direct external traffic to that client instead of going to ads router's http page?


thanks
-kamal
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Re: I have the DSL-2750U configured as my dal router
« Reply #1 on: January 02, 2017, 10:15:55 AM »

As long as your wireless is setup with a SSID name and using WPA2 and AES, wireless clients will connect securely to the modem. The modem has a built in router which will handle connections for LAN and wireless clients and route traffic to the internet automatically. WAN Static IP address from the ISP service will not be seen on the connected clients, only the WAN port of the modem. NAT is what handles this.

Might set up a Virtual Server or use Port Fowarding to allow traffice from the WAN side to the LAN side. Similar to this:
http://forums.dlink.com/index.php?topic=13539.0
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Re: I have the DSL-2750U configured as my dal router
« Reply #2 on: January 05, 2017, 07:55:26 AM »

Hello,

 I do have SSID and 128 bit encryption setup to prevent people from accessing it near my place. My question was what would happen if someone on the internet points his browser to
http:/<my_static_ip>

I want to disallow  them from accessing my router.
Further,
 I tried changing
Advanced->Port Forwarding
by adding an entry
Server Name: Wwebserver
Server ip address: my lan client
server port: 8888:8888
remote ip address: my lan client
remote port: 80

it is not allowing me to use browser to
http://<mystatic ip>:8888/
to get to the web server.
How do I fix that?
further,
why can't I just have outside workld use
http://<my static ip/
the way it works for every other website?

If possible, pl provide steps to follow for the dal model I have given.

thanks
-kamal
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Re: I have the DSL-2750U configured as my dal router
« Reply #3 on: January 05, 2017, 08:15:45 AM »

Check the UI for enable or disable remote access to UI feature. Not sure if DSL modems have this feature or not. I know DIR series routers do.

The remote UI access is tied to the WAN side when remote access is enabled. If anyone on the LAN side is connected they will have access as the web ui is always enabled on the LAN side.
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