01-28-2008 02:32 PM
01-28-2008 08:55 PM
01-30-2008 07:10 AM
So he was able to add the service to a VIP, but it would not forward the whole port range. I have ordered another IP address for that office to configure with a MIP, but here is a question:
01-30-2008 04:55 PM
01-31-2008 08:59 AM
06-06-2008 09:33 PM
I have the NS5gt ADSL, latest firmware. I have set multiple custom services which work fine. I have set 10 VIP to map the services to my internal IP and these work fine. I cannot create more than 10 VIP Services. It says Insufficent virtual ports in pool. 1 needed, 0 available.
I only have 10 VIP services defined. I have many custom services for IP cameras and Polycom device. I have set my device to "vip multiport". If I delete an existing vip service it then allows me to create another to replace it (so I know there is no problem with the new service I am trying to create). I spent 1 hr with tech support and they could not figure it out.
I thought I have up to 64 vip services available? does "vip multiport" setting affect this?
Any advice would be very appreciated.
06-06-2008 09:36 PM
Just to follow on from above post...
If "set vip multiport" is reducing my available vip services:
1. how do I now turn it off in telnet? what is the command?
2. how do I get a Polycom device to work which requires multiple ports open such as 1720 TCP (bidirectional), 3230-3235 TCP/UDP
I only have 1 public IP available to me.
06-10-2008 12:27 AM
The VIP port limitation is for ports, not VIP services. How many ports are each of your services using? If the total of all your ports as defined in your VIP services exceed the 64 port limit then that is all that you can do.