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Nog een paar settings die de stabiliteit/connectiviteit ten goede zou kunnen komen:
NAT Endpoint Filtering bij de firewall setup staan standaard ingesteld op "address restricted" voor UDP en "port and address restricted" bij TCP. Heb deze beide instellingen veranderd naar Endpoint Independent.
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Volgens de help tekst in de setup van de router:
"NAT Endpoint Filtering The NAT Endpoint Filtering options control how the router's NAT manages incoming connection requests to ports that are already being used.
Endpoint Independent Once a LAN-side application has created a connection through a specific port, the NAT will forward any incoming connection requests with the same port to the LAN-side application regardless of their origin. This is the least restrictive option, giving the best connectivity and allowing some applications (P2P applications in particular) to behave almost as if they are directly connected to the Internet.
Address Restricted The NAT forwards incoming connection requests to a LAN-side host only when they come from the same IP address with which a connection was established. This allows the remote application to send data back through a port different from the one used when the outgoing session was created.
Port And Address Restricted The NAT does not forward any incoming connection requests with the same port address as an already establish connection.
Note that some of these options can interact with other port restrictions. Endpoint Independent Filtering takes priority over inbound filters or schedules, so it is possible for an incoming session request related to an outgoing session to enter through a port in spite of an active inbound filter on that port. However, packets will be rejected as expected when sent to blocked ports (whether blocked by schedule or by inbound filter) for which there are no active sessions. Port and Address Restricted Filtering ensures that inbound filters and schedules work precisely, but prevents some level of connectivity, and therefore might require the use of port triggers, virtual servers, or port forwarding to open the ports needed by the application. Address Restricted Filtering gives a compromise position, which avoids problems when communicating with certain other types of NAT router (symmetric NATs in particular) but leaves inbound filters and scheduled access working as expected."
Laatst gewijzigd door Renatus; 18 september 2009 om 10:07
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