Thread: Remote Configuration
02-24-2007, 06:13 PM #1Remote Configuration
I have 3 routers in my apartment. I attached a little diagram to give you a better idea of my setup. What I want to accomplish is to remotely configure the two Airports. Is this possible. I figure the first step is to give them static IP's from the Netgear. Once I do that what ports should I forward to them to so they can be reached. I know I can do this no problem without the Netgear in the mix but I sacrifice a lot of functionality such as UPnP, address reservation, more LAN ports. These are things the Airports don't offer me as far as I can tell. Anyway any help on remotely configuring them would be greatly appreciated. Oh, I ran a port scan on WDS 1 and found four open ports:
Open TCP Port: 53 domain
Open TCP Port: 5000 commplex-main
Open TCP Port: 5009
Open TCP Port: 10000 ndmp
02-25-2007, 02:59 PM #2Update.
Ok I looked on the Apple boards read something about port 5009 so I forwarded that to the first Express and it worked like a charm. I'm not home now so I can't run a port scan on the second Express but I will win I get home. If the port is different I'll just forward that too.
02-25-2007, 08:22 PM #3Update 2
Okay I'm at a loss now both Expresses have the exact same port open. Anybody have any idea on how to manage them both remotely?
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