SmartRG: Known Issues

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    SmartRG: Known Issues


    SmartRG (Modems/Gateways): Known Issues
    SmartRG SR350N

    Login Information:

    Default Gateway – 192.168.1.1/admin

    Username – admin

    Password – admin





    Known Issues

    There are no known issues at this time.

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    XBR Poseidon, Nov 19, 2014
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    SmartRG: Device Manual

    SmartRG (Modems/Gateways): Device Manual
    SmartRG SR350N

    Login Information:

    Default Gateway – 192.168.1.1/admin

    Username – admin

    Password – admin





    Device Manual

    Click
    here
    for the manual.
     
    XBR Poseidon, Nov 19, 2014
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    SmartRG: Port Forwarding

    SmartRG (Modems/Gateways): Port Forwarding
    Thanks for this!

    By the way, what was the 3074 for?
     
    XBR Poseidon, Nov 19, 2014
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  4. AzP l Neymar Win User

    Known Issues

    Still getting constant disconnections, any way i can i stop it?
  5. Arminator Win User

    Known Issues

    [quote user="Walshy100"]

    ...You want to download "FBEditor-0.6.1.zip". NOTE: You will have to register to this forum before it'll allow you to download this, it took me a minute and was fairly painless with Google Chrome's translation option.

    Once you've downloaded this, extract the zip. All it contains is a .jar file. Assuming you have any recent version of Java installed, all you will need to do is right click on this .jar file and then click 'Open'.

    [/quote]

    For those unwilling to register to a foreign forum and don't want to have JAVA on their machines, FBEditor is not really needed.

    You can accomplish the same by exporting your Fritz!box settings from the web interface. You will get a file with your Fritz!box Model number and Firmware version and the Extension ".export"

    Now either add ".txt" to the file or open it in any text editor by using the "All files *.*" selector.

    You should now have the same display of settings as in FBEditor. Now find all occurences of "Teredo" (most text editors have a "Find" feature by pressing "CTRL+F" and then entering "teredo" in the search box).

    Change all occurences for "Teredo_Filter=yes" to "no"

    Since the Fritz!box usually rejects configurations that have been edited that way, you scroll all the way up, where it says "language="[your locale here]

    For example as I'm German, the line would read "language=de"

    Below that line make a new line and type:

    NoChecks=yes

    (Make sure you use this specific capitalisation: Capital "N", small "o", capital "C" and small "hecks")

    Save that file and then use the import function of your Fritz!box to reload that configuration.

    The Fritz!box will then reboot, and the Teredo blocking will be disabled.
  6. SenTinaL Oz Win User

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  7. SenTinaL Oz Win User

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    OK, since my German is a tad rusty, I think I will wait for the English update.

    In the meantime, I can confirm that I now have an open NAT, having finally correctly followed all the above instructions.

    I am getting an OPEN NAT both wired and wirelessly.

    I have a Fritzbox 7390.

    I have FRITZ!OS 05.51

    Firmware version: 84.05.51

    The main thing I had omitted correcting was turning off the IPv6 setting on my Fritz, as I thought that that were automatically reset when I turned them off at your ISP (I am with Internode in Australia).

    So, this is what I have done to get my NAT OPEN.

    1. Turn off ALL IPv6 features (both on ISP and on Fritz).

    Be sure to save your settings each time and double check them.

    2. Turn off your ISP's firewall (I am with Internode).

    Be sure to save your settings each time and double check them.

    3. Set your DNS's manually on Fritz (to ISP settings as noted above) and auto on XB1

    Be sure to save your settings each time and double check them.

    Primary DNS Server: 192.231.203.132

    Secondary DNS Server: 192.231.203.3

    4. Forward all ports noted above on Fritz, noting there are some new ones that the 360 did not require opened.

    Be sure to save your settings each time and double check them.

    > Port 88 (UDP)

    > Port 3074 (UDP and TCP)

    > Port 53 (UDP and TCP)

    > Port 80 (TCP)

    > Port 500 (UDP)

    > Port 3544 (UDP) * new

    > Port 4500 (UDP) * new

    5. Turn on UPnP on Fritz

    Be sure to save your settings each time and double check them.

    6. Give XB1 a fixed IP

    Be sure to save your settings each time and double check them.

    7. Don't just reset your router via the menu, actually unplug it and wait at least 2 mins before turning it back on and then your XB1.

    Be sure to save your settings each time and double check them.

    8. Always turn your XB1 off when changing settings on Fritz and then only on again after making changes on Fritz.

    Be sure to save your settings each time and double check them.

    9. Now test both your network settings options on your XB1.

    Be sure to test "Test network connection" & "Test multiplayer connection".

    Don't believe your XB1 and only do the first test, as often you will get a false positive.

    You can only be certain that you have an OPEN NAT by testing both connection types and getting OPEN on both tests.

    10. You should now have reached the promised land have see the following:

    NAT Type: OPEN

    11. Still got a Strict or Moderate NAT? Go and double check everything. Be sure to save your settings each time and double check them again and make sure you actually unplug your Fritz and wait at least 2 mins before plugging the power back in and then
    testing your restarted XB1.

    Hope this helps someone else and saves them the headaches and lost time I have had with it all, when I could / should have been gaming!!

    Peace out.
  8. Ged the head Win User

    Known Issues

    I had that same problem so I just left DNS as automatic.

    Forward the ports manually instead of UPnP and make sure your IPv6 is disabled.
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