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    Question Upnp

    Hi,

    I've been using the D-Link 614+ router until last weekend. Bought my self a WL-500g, configured(enabled UPNP) it and replaced the D-Link. Now i'm not able to do a audio conversation through MSN Messenger any more... Does this mean that the Asus isn't completly UPNP compatible?

    best regards
    TRaNe

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    Problem with uPnP (Bug)

    Hi all

    I was trying to set up at webserver at a local PC, and I wanted to make it available on the internet.

    I then used the uPnP functionality in order not to have to reboot the router, to open the port 80 (under control panel -> network connections there is a link to the gateway, here it is possible to set up the same as in the virtual server page on the routers homepage). This resulted in that I could not access the internet at all!

    Of course I tried to open the port directly on the router, and here it worked fine!

    This leads me to believe that there is a bug in the uPnP implementation on the router. Looking at the port forwarding page under status an log showed me this:

    129.112.214.229 tcp 80 192.168.1.2
    anywhere tcp 81 192.168.1.2:81

    The first line is port 80 forwarding set up on the router, whereas the second line shows the forwarding of port 81 from the uPnP interface (note, I changed the IP address for security reasons).

    Should they not look the same?

    I hope somebody can shed some light on this.

    BR,
    René

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    just received this message:

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    Dear ...,
    
    Attachment is the beta version of firmware for WL-500g and please upload to WL-500g and have a test on the problem.
    
    B.R.
    
    attached: WL-500g FW 1.7.5.7-beta.zip
    
    i'll upload this tonight to the chupa server as I am at work now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antiloop
    just received this message:

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    Dear ...,
    
    Attachment is the beta version of firmware for WL-500g and please upload to WL-500g and have a test on the problem.
    
    B.R.
    
    attached: WL-500g FW 1.7.5.7-beta.zip
    
    i'll upload this tonight to the chupa server as I am at work now
    Wow! What a good news! But I am afraid it won't be better than current Oleg's customized FW... We will see... I am waiting for the Client mode support in web configurator and for newer OV511 webcam driver...

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    hmm.. weird log after updating:

    Jan 1 01:00:22 dhcp client: deconfig: lease is lost
    Jan 1 01:00:22 alarm: UDP connection access to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:68 from 213.46.108.65:67
    Jan 1 01:00:22 alarm: UDP connection access to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:68 from 213.46.108.65:67
    Jan 1 01:00:25 dhcp client: bound IP address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx from server 212.142.28.181
    Jan 1 01:00:25 alarm: TCP connection access to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:1413 from 217.67.235.13:110
    Apr 27 20:16:00 FTP server: daemon is started
    Apr 27 20:16:01 alarm: TCP connection access to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:113 from 217.67.235.13:45758
    Apr 27 20:16:02 alarm: TCP connection access to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:1413 from 217.67.235.13:110
    Apr 27 20:16:02 init: device '/dev/tty4' does not exist.
    Apr 27 20:16:02 init: device '/dev/tty3' does not exist.
    Apr 27 20:16:02 init: device '/dev/tty2' does not exist.
    Apr 27 20:16:02 init: Process '-/bin/sh' (pid 849) exited. Scheduling it for restart.
    Apr 27 20:16:03 init: Process '-/bin/sh' (pid 848) exited. Scheduling it for restart.
    Apr 27 20:16:04 alarm: TCP connection access to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:113 from 217.67.235.13:45758
    Apr 27 20:16:04 init: Process '-/bin/sh' (pid 865) exited. Scheduling it for restart.
    Apr 27 20:16:04 init: device '/dev/tty2' does not exist.
    Apr 27 20:16:05 init: Process '-/bin/sh' (pid 866) exited. Scheduling it for restart.
    Apr 27 20:16:06 init: Process '-/bin/sh' (pid 867) exited. Scheduling it for restart.
    Apr 27 20:16:06 init: device '/dev/tty2' does not exist.
    Apr 27 20:16:07 NTP client: time is synchronized to 131.107.1.10
    Apr 27 20:16:07 init: Process '-/bin/sh' (pid 876) exited. Scheduling it for restart.
    Apr 27 20:16:08 init: Process '-/bin/sh' (pid 884) exited. Scheduling it for restart.
    Apr 27 20:16:08 init: device '/dev/tty2' does not exist.
    Apr 27 20:16:09 init: Process '-/bin/sh' (pid 885) exited. Scheduling it for restart.
    Apr 27 20:16:10 alarm: TCP connection access to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:113 from 217.67.235.13:45758
    Apr 27 20:16:10 init: Process '-/bin/sh' (pid 886) exited. Scheduling it for restart.
    Apr 27 20:16:10 init: device '/dev/tty2' does not exist.
    Apr 27 20:16:12 init: Process '-/bin/sh' (pid 911) exited. Scheduling it for restart.
    Apr 27 20:16:13 alarm: TCP connection access to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:1376 from 207.46.107.68:1863
    Apr 27 20:16:13 alarm: TCP connection access to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:1376 from 207.46.107.68:1863
    Apr 27 20:16:13 init: Process '-/bin/sh' (pid 891) exited. Scheduling it for restart.
    Apr 27 20:16:14 alarm: TCP connection access to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:1376 from 207.46.107.68:1863
    Apr 27 20:16:15 init: Process '-/bin/sh' (pid 922) exited. Scheduling it for restart.
    Apr 27 20:16:15 init: device '/dev/tty2' does not exist.
    Apr 27 20:16:16 init: Process '-/bin/sh' (pid 923) exited. Scheduling it for restart.
    Apr 27 20:16:16 alarm: TCP connection access to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:1376 from 207.46.107.68:1863


    and so on..

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    find firmware 1.7.5.7 beta below to download.

    http://files.wl500g.info/asus/wl500g...7.5.7-beta.zip

    TRY THIS ONLY AT YOUR RISK.

    i don't know if uPnP behaves always like this,
    see attached.. routers stays alive

    i've choosen port 81 because when i fill in port 80 i can't access internet pages anymore (i get my printer page instead)
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    oh and last but not least, i cannot access port 81 (or 80) from WAN

    (note i'm not doing this local as I have 2 Internet connections available)

    AARGH.. that line was dead.. have to test over :P
    Last edited by Antiloop; 27-04-2004 at 23:13.

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    What does that specific entry say on the Status & Log -> Port Forwarding Page?

    BR,
    René

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    OK, I guess you cannot see that for entries to port 80, since this may block all web traffic including traffic to the router page. But can you make an entry with a port forward of e.g. port 5000 to one of your local PC's and check out the entry on the Status & Log -> Port Forwarding page on the router?

    Thanks,
    René

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    Any interesting new stuff in the beta driver?

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    Red face

    Destination Prot. Port Range Redirect to
    212.86.124.11 tcp 8082 192.168.0.1:80
    212.86.124.11 tcp 8082 192.168.0.1:80
    212.86.124.11 tcp 3389 192.168.0.254
    anywhere tcp 81 192.168.0.100:80
    anywhere tcp 11977 192.168.0.3:2437

    ok.. i can access port 81 from my other internet connection (be sure it's up when testing )

    ok.. everything went well, router is still functioning normal

    the only disadvantage there is I think, is that it assigns ANYWHERE to it..
    it should not be necessary, because an entry just like the other 3 (1 virtual server, the other 2(?) are for my WAN setup) would be fine
    then it would not cause that websites aren't reachable when you add port 80 via uPnP..

    tell me your thougths soon please, for a fast reply I have to mail in the morning to Asus then they are still at work.

    note: the IP shown is not my real ip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by copycat
    Any interesting new stuff in the beta driver?

    hehe you would not believe what's in (pointing to Oleg)
    but they are using some parts of CR2

    nice to see they are 'learning' and adding good improvements to the standard firmware for the normal users

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antiloop
    the only disadvantage there is I think, is that it assigns ANYWHERE to it..
    it should not be necessary, because an entry just like the other 3 (1 virtual server, the other 2(?) are for my WAN setup) would be fine
    then it would not cause that websites aren't reachable when you add port 80 via uPnP..

    tell me your thougths soon please, for a fast reply I have to mail in the morning to Asus then they are still at work.
    That is my thought as well. What it says is that request for ANYWHERE on port 80 goes to the specific internal IP address. This means that a request for www.google.com from the LAN is redirected to the specified IP. That can't possible be the way it is supposed to work (at least that is not the way my old Dlink router and Fujitsu Siemens router works).

    The lucky thing is that for e.g. Messenger this issue shouldn't be an issue, since it uses random ports, meaning that only in the extremely unlucky situation if two messenger clients are using the same port there will be a problem.

    Anyway, please mail your contact in Asus with our observations, then I am sure they will se the problem. I am not a programming expert, but I would expect that replacing "ANYWHERE" with the WAN IP shouldn't be that hard.

    Thanks for your support on this!
    BR,
    René

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    okay..

    this test still continues ofcourse

    the UPnP still has not been fixed in firmware 9.8.1.2

    it still behaves like in firmware 1.7.5.7

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    Thumbs up Issue Solved

    UPnP ISSUE IS SOLVED

    DOWNLOAD LATEST FIRMWARE TO FIX THIS (1.8.1.3 OR HIGHER)

    find it here
    http://wl500g.info/showthread.php?t=579

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