Puck wrote: ↑
Fri Nov 09, 2018 4:52 pm
There is only a single Router NAT on each end as is with most internet setups at office and home situations. Your internet provider gives you a router and it has a NAT so that your devices don't need to be assigned their own specific IP addresses.
I have done port forwarding in the past to overcome issues like this if this is indeed the problem. Can you provide any details on what needs to occur for port forwarding to solve this issue? What port numbers does Monflo use for its services?
Glad I'm not the only one with the same exact problem looking for answers.
At home I have a PFsense box and at work we have a Peplink. Both I have access to both routers and can make the changes needed (part of being a systems/network admin.)
Doing a "Netstat -anbo" it gives me Ports: 67, 500, 50008 and 50010
The problem is these port changes too.
So far the only solution I have found is to VPN to my house and then use the program. But honestly I shouldn't have to.