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Portforwarding in Tata Indicom Wimax

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    Hi Guys,
    I have Tata Indicom Wimax 384kbps unlimited prepaid connection in hyderabad. I wanted to know if portforwading can be done on this connection. I have read some threads about the same but everyone insists that I get a static IP. I have already invested about 6K for 6 months connection and don't wanna spend another 2k just for a static IP.

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    yes port forwarding is possible in tata wimax, please update your router details.

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    Well, I have a desktop computer. I connect to the POE given by Indicom directly. I dont have a router. The Wimax is configured to work in router mode not bridge mode. I'm not aware as to what is the make of the router that they provided. I'm attaching a screen shot of how the router interface looks like. I've seen a similar interface in pictures when I read about the post on how to configure BSNL modem. Hopefully it help. I feel real dumb. Pls Help!!!

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    Do you know how to setup Static IPs for the PCs on your LAN?

    Assume you can do this such that your PC has IP 192.168.0.100

    Then Settings would be:
    Name: XXX
    Application: Other (Or chose from the dropdown list, if the service is present)
    Inbound port: Assume you want to forward port 2000
    Type: TCP and UDP
    Private IP address: 192.168.0.100
    Private Port: 5000

    This will map WAN_IP:2000 to 192.168.0.100:5000

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    Hi there. Thanks for the help. So if somebody has a IP allocated by DHCP then he has to do the port forwarding every time his IP changes. Is that true? And one more doubt. What is this 'private port'? You asked me to assign 5000. Is that some standard port # ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by geek2core View Post
    Hi there. Thanks for the help. So if somebody has a IP allocated by DHCP then he has to do the port forwarding every time his IP changes. Is that true?
    Yes if the LAN IP keeps changing you'll have to change the IP here everytime

    Quote Originally Posted by geek2core View Post
    And one more doubt. What is this 'private port'? You asked me to assign 5000. Is that some standard port # ?
    Private port is any port that you want the application to listen to. For instance the private port in the case of an HTTP server would be 80.

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    Default port forwarding

    how did u get the interface to tata indicom wimax modem?

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    see Tatawimax forum !
    Do any of you know what is the password to login in to the modem for the root account in tata wimax modem

    for the admin account is admin/admin
    for root account it is root/**telisma

    do any of you know what is the **, i cant remember it

    Got the answer

    should have searched the forum properly

    it is root/telsimawl

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    I am hyderabad , will the static ip solve the problem of downloading from torrents

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    Quote Originally Posted by smoothvibes View Post
    yes port forwarding is possible in tata wimax, please update your router details.
    The router details are as follows
    Since its Wi-Max its using an Ethernet Injector as a router and the make and the model are of TELENET SYSTEMS PVT LTD and the model no is TPE 1015.
    I'm having the same issue of port forwarding in tata wi-max connection and i dont want to waste another 2k for just static ip.plzzzzzzzzz help and reply ASAP.

    Thanx in advance

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    The only till now solution is Static ip by Tata Wimax

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    plz help me i have the same thing i don't have a router.. and where should i these settings ?????

    Name: XXX
    Application: Other (Or chose from the dropdown list, if the service is present)
    Inbound port: Assume you want to forward port 2000
    Type: TCP and UDP
    Private IP address: 192.168.0.100
    Private Port: 5000

    This will map WAN_IP:2000 to 192.168.0.100:5000

    but i want to do the port foward for my Counter strike my server is not listing in online server list...

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    Name: XXX
    Application: Other (Or chose from the dropdown list, if the service is present)
    Inbound port: Assume you want to forward port 2000
    Type: TCP and UDP
    Private IP address: 192.168.0.100
    Private Port: 5000

    This will map WAN_IP:2000 to 192.168.0.100:5000

    how can the above things be done???
    i need help quickly!!! can someone post a more detailed info please ^^

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