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Pol Eyschen
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You have a UDP timeout problem.

I dont think so even in a routers standard configuration the timeout is more than 2 seconds...

 

Can you describe your setup? DSL? Cable? Sounds like a router is involved. PC or Mac? If Mac, Mac runing Bootcamp or VMWare?

DSL and Cable with Router. My PC is in a LAN-Network. My forwarding settings are this :

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I posed the question also in the forum of the VACC-SAG HERE is the link.

At the end of the thread Kai Klingeberg said that the problem is caused maybe by a malconfiguration of the computer.

 

Hope that someone can resolve my porblem

 

Pol

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I dont think so even in a routers standard configuration the timeout is more than 2 seconds...

 

I had the exact same problem when using VRC in VMWare. VRC's networking stack effectively functions as it's own router. UDP had a timeout of 60 seconds, and the problem would still occur. Only when I disabled the UDP timeout did it function correctly.

 

I realize you're not using VMWare - the point is just don't be too quick to dismiss a UDP timeout problem. Note that port forwarding has nothing to do with the UDP timeouts.

 

Did you really mean to say you have both DSL and Cable Internet service?

 

In the case of DSL, often DSL-modems can act as their own router. So if you make changes to a home router behind the DSL modem, it has no effect since the DSL modem is really the Internet router.

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Hi,

 

I have the exact same make router as you and don't have any problems. However, I'm noticing your LAN IP. The IP that is triggering those ports looks like it could be within the DHCP range of IPs on your router (The default DHCP pool starts at 192.168.1.33 and has a pool of 32 IPs for automatic connections). Do you have a static IP set up on your PCs network settings and if so have you tried moving it outside of the DHCP range?

 

Cheers!

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Hi,

 

I would hazard a guess and say that McAfee is your problem. If you check the SB forums, you will see a lot of posts in relation to not being able to see traffic and a number of fixes that involve driver updates or configuration issues with McAfee.

 

Hope this helps.

 

Cheers!

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Hi,

 

I'm not familiar with McAfee, so I'm not sure exactly about this, but does McAfee give you specific port triggering through the firewall? You may have to configure McAfee to trigger the same ports as you have with your router.

 

Cheers!

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Sry for doublepost but I've checked it now with another PC. i have the same probs. So the problem must be inside the router

EDIT: i Found now in the config or the router this:

 

Your device provides the following filter rules

 

[x] Telnet Telnet traffic is blocked from the WAN to the LAN

[x] FTP FTP traffic is blocked from the WAN to the LAN

[x] TFTP TFTP traffic is blocked from the WAN to the LAN

[x] Web Web traffic is blocked from the WAN to the LAN

[x] SNMP SNMP traffic is blocked from the WAN

[x] Ping Ping traffic is blocked from the WAN

 

Maybe there the solution?

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