Originally Posted by Chrysalis
for it to work make sure the ethernet between 1st router and 2nd router goes in the wan not lan port on the 2nd router and ideally keep the superhub on 192.168.0.x and have the 2nd router on a diff subnet eg. 192.168.1.x (yes me and others discussed this and I was wrong in the end). The dmz should point to the wan ip of the other router, not the lan side ip.
If you do this you may need to reboot the superhub every few days tho, my superhub bombed out on dmz after about 3 days uptime last time.
I get the following error message- "The router cannot be configured as the DMZ." if I try to use the WAN IP ie the Virgin Superhub IP of 192.168.0.1. If I use the D-Link router IP (which I've set as 192.168.0.11) under the Superhub DMZ nothing happens. I've set up all the port forwarding rules in the D-Link, turned off firewalls, DHCP, ip flood detection, etc etc
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Originally Posted by Masque
Turn off DHCP in the D Link and ip Flood Detection and the Firewall in the Superhub under Content Filtering> Services, I did that and my Edimax BR6504n works perfectly.
Please login by clicking http://192.168.0.1/
the username is admin and the password is change me, then click on the small red writing that says advanced settings then look down the left hand side and under Content Filtering> Services you untick ip Flood Detection and the Firewall.
I do know this is not Port Forwarding but it should help.
Hi- done all this but still not port forwarding...