SMiTH wrote:what if flippy is on a seperate vlan and the gateway and dns settings are incorrect?
and lets just throw in the subnet is wrong and mac filtering is enabled lol j/k
anti wrote:It's possible that you're behind a double NAT or that you're doing the port forwarding/DMZ incorrect.
Try enabling UPnP on the router and see if it establishes connectivity. It appears your router has that functionality as per this page:
https://setuprouter.com/router/technico ... -large.htm
SMiTH wrote:network issues can be such a pain in the ass because there are so many things that could be the issue.
to top it off, trying to troubleshoot the issues over text with no way to view the problem in rl.
it all becomes hypothetical analysis while putting band aids on everything until it finally works lol.
starting with the simple stuff first and then gradually getting to the point that you might need to pass a ccna exam to fix it lol.
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