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#1 Both of the routers can not be in the same subnet and you must have a second RJ-45 WAN port NAT router.
Thanks for the reply. So, for the true OP of that thread are you suggesting that they switch. Verizon FiOS G3100 - wireless router - 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax - desktop overview and full product specs on CNET.
Bad cables can limit connections to 100Mbps.
I'll mark it as SOLVED when it is really SOLVED. You then after setup unplug the cable and it will be available to you under network wireless printing. Without at least NAT, I fail to understand how that works. At the simplest form, the G3100 is online, doing what it is supposed to do and otherwise working fine.
For example with the primary IP Address 192.168.2.1 with the subnet mask of 255.255.255.0, the first DHCP Address that it handles out is 192.168.2.100 and the last DHCP Address that it handles out is 192.168.2.254 - then the other router's LAN IP Address could be 192.168.2.6. c) Disable the DHCP Server in the second RJ-45 WAN port NAT router.
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Dear dslr595148 Platinum Contributor III for sticking with this. u/vraj1470v3 , Have you had any success with port forwarding on the G3100? You may have to set up another router as the primary router and link the g3100 as an AP off of it as a workaround. In the Firewall section, I simply had to use the "Custom Ports" option instead of the application rule that I had created previously.
I appreciate you want to help, but I am very disappointed that you marked this post as SOLVED. NAT is enabled on the G3100 router to get to the Internet, but that isn't the problem at all, as my issue has to do with specific access from LAN 1 to LAN 2.
https://old.reddit.com/r/Fios/comments/e11h85/new_fios_g3100_home_router_port_forward_weirdness/, https://www.verizon.com/cs/groups/public/documents/onecmsresource/home-router-usermanual_new.pdf. Whether or not you can actually notice differences depends on your use.
we can change the Solution to the issue after it is solved for real. **. After fixing that mistake, port forwarding worked as expected. - edited
https://www.wikihow.com/Use-Your-Own-Router-With-Verizon-FiOS. I've attached it and can't see any sign of a way to connect it or see it on the network. DSLR (dslreports.com) -> Forums -> Broadband and Networking -> Networking -> No NAT with two routers... Verizon Fios Community Terms of Service and User Guidelines. #6 Now in the second RJ-45 WAN port NAT router, you use a static route in this format.. #7 Again, You can now talk to 192.168.1.1. Hopefully that clears up my layout.
I just found the option to mark this thread as UNSOLVED.
This is important because in the manual / user's guide REF https://www.verizon.com/cs/groups/public/documents/onecmsresource/home-router-usermanual_new.pdf, on page 88, it clearly states for Minimum level. The resources on the 2nd LAN (192.168.2.0/24) all have static IPs, and DHCP is not being offered at all by the other router. Fios Home Router 4x4 11ax Tri-band router Model G3100 The Fios® Home Router is an 11ax tri-band concurrent Wi-Fi router that supports the latest wireless technology. I solved my own issue and got port forwarding to work. Replacing the G3100 with other equipment is can not be considered as a solution to "G3100 port forwarding not working in SW 18.104.22.168". I used Google or another online search engine to look up use your own router and have FIOS TV work. To add more detail about the Ubiquiti EdgeRouter - it's only acting as a router, no firewall, no NAT, no QoS, no DHCP, no DNS, or anything else besides basic routing. 07-20-2020
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ONT -> EdgeRouter > G3100 -> your computers. Try searching, G3100 port forwarding not working in SW 22.214.171.124. got port forwarding to work. Please note: Since I am not sure if I used the right term or not, that is why I am providing that example of what I meant by that. This sounds completely ridiculous to me - but I wanted to just double check, since I started to 2nd guess myself. All that is done.
(FYI, the purchase price of the G3100 was $399!).
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Page 56 uSing nEtWoRk SEttingS • Port Forwarding - Port Forwarding allows your network to be exposed to the internet in specific limited and controlled ways. For example, you could allow specific applications, such as gaming, voice, and chat, to access servers in the local network. This is news to me, we just upgraded to the g3100 and we're being told that we need to have an ethernet wall plate installed in order for the router to work properly. Also I heard/read (REF = Another thread at DSLR Re: Access to modem combo while in bridge mode ) that instead of two NAT routers, a Dual WAN port router will work.Q: Is that true you ask what I was told?A: Unless I convert a computer into acting as a a NAT router, I can not tell you because all of my RJ-45 WAN port NAT routers only have one WAN port. Compared to the G1100 the G3100 loses 1 USB port but once again Verizon has NOT made the USB port usable other than for 5v charging. #5 Set WAN IP of converted router to be in the same subnet as the Actiontec GT784WNV and connected it's WAN port to the Actiontec.
The G3100 does not see the return traffic and as a result the firewall will drop the connection after the TCP 'new connection' state expires because no return traffic allows the G3100 to turn it into an established connection.
But also being a new device, is does just have better hardware overall for handling more devices and processing data traffic.
If you are the original poster (OP) and your issue is solved, please remember to click the "Solution?" I'm not sure that's exactly what it was called or where to find it in the settings but it might be something worth trying.
11:18 AM. #5 Now you can connect the WAN port of the third router to the LAN port of the as the the device that is in bridge mode . With a busy tech family at home in the time of COVID-19 this is a nice feature. A route statement for 192.168.2.0/24 was added to the G3100, with a gateway of 192.168.1.2. Anyone have a clue if it's possible to access a USB drive via this sort of router? Are others using port forwarding successfully on this G3100 router?
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<. I also have a 2nd LAN in my home (192.168.2.0/24), which is accessible via a … 07:28 AM. I called Verizon to see if I could go pick it up at the Fios store as opposed to having it shipped out and the rep asked how my router connected to the ONT. Here's a diagram which I should have included earlier to make it more obvious. A: The only known service that has issues is the remotely programmed DVR option for FiOS TV. This problem is not solved. NAT is not required, as this is just basic routing. Was able to better isolate an issue I've been having for weeks, and now reproducible. So I double-checked what I called Method 2 -- setup port forwarding by entering the Firewall Menu and then selecting the Port Forwarding option. The title of the post is not "Looking for a way to get port forwarding with Verizon Fios".
I work in IT and am very comfortable in the correctness of the setup I have. The ONT device is between the G3100 and the "Internet", it's all installed by Verizon as their standard and I haven't changed any of that. It seems like creating a port forwarding rule for my application and applying it in the firewall doesn't work. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. EDIT: Since posting, there has been a new article posted to DSLReorts with a solution for keeping remote DVR and Caller ID on screen: http://www.dslreports.com/faq/16710. I ask that you only mark this problem as SOLVED when port forwarding on the G3100 works as expected on a future firmware update. Thanks in advance for your time!
I am not sure but I believe I know the right answer, thanks your diagram and some of the config that you posted. 05-29-2020 %PDF-1.6
07-20-2020 None of that is the issue. - edited G3100 has a bug with NAT hairpinning, no ETR on when it will be fixed. Since the lowest possible firewall setting did not work and DMZ did, from the firewall page go to Access Control.
Just to be sure that I am on the same page, I will tell the network layout and config what it was the last time that I was on DSL. Unfortunately it didn't work and we had to keep the previous router.
If I add a local route statement on my LAN 1 resources (bypassing the G3100 and sending traffic directly to the EdgeRouter), then connectivity is never dropped.
I have a possible workaround type of fix in the meantime while waiting for them to fix the issue. I have a G3100 ( HW: 1103, FW: 126.96.36.199) and have not been able to get port forwarding to work. 07-15-2020 As described earlier, I have validated that this is an issue when traffic goes through the G3100, because if I add a route statement on LAN 1 workstations to bypass the G3100 for LAN 2 connectivity, and route directly through the 2nd router, I do not experience the issue. 06:24 AM The g3100 can work over coax the same as the g1100. #6 Set up the route trick in primary NAT router and connected the WAN port of the converted router to one of the other LAN ports of the Actiontec GT784WNV. Logs on the G3100 show no obvious issues.
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