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  Views: 2159Topic:: «Moved from Netgear Router to BT Homehub, Radmin No Longer works.» on forum: Radmin 3.x Troubleshooting
#1
Hello smile:-)

I have recently had BT infinity installed, which meant a new BT Homehub router.

The only thing I have done is disconnected my Netgear Router and replaced it with the BT router.

I now have no connections available to my other computers through Radmin.

I assigned fixed ip addresses to all of my computers in the past.


I am at a total loss to know where to even start with this problem.

Any pointers/solutions would be appreciated.

Mark smile:-)
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#2
I suggest to copy all settings (port forwarding e t.c.) and disable firewall. If that won't help - please create a tech support ticket on our website.
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Eugene Idzikovsky wrote:
I suggest to copy all settings (port forwarding e t.c.) and disable firewall. If that won't help - please create a tech support ticket on our website.


I am sorry, I do not understand what you mean.

Where do I copy port forwarding settings from?
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#4
If you had port forwarding settings at old router, you need to copy them to a new one.
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#5
I do not have access to the old router.

So how do I setup the BT homehub router with fixed ip addresses for all my computers?
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#6
Your computers are in an internal network behind a NAT based router.
Only the router has a public IP address. You can access your internal
network computers via the Internet. To do this you need to configure
'Forwarding' on the router/firewall. Configure the router to forward
connections from a port on the router to a specific IP address and
port (Radmin server's default port is 4899) of the target computer in
your internal network. You need to assign a port on the router for
every computer you need to access. The router will then forward the
connection to your computer in the internal network.
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#7
Hello smile:-)

Thank you for getting back to me.

I am not sure you have understood my problem however.

I am not trying to access my PC's from an external location.

I am just trying to get them setup to access each other on a local network.

How do I do that on the BT Homehub?
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#8
For instance, one of my pcs is on 192.168.1.68.

When I enter that into the Radmin Viewer on another pc, it refuses to connect.

All this was setup before, but now, since changing to the new BT homehub router, it will not connect.
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#9
Do you see your PCs via Entire network? Can you ping/telnet them?
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