Back to My Mac Port Settings?

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  1. OverSpun macrumors 6502a

    OverSpun

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    I keep getting the "Back to my mac isnt working properly because you may have more than one device on your network providing NAT" error..

    I have a linksys wireless N router and uPnP is a lost cause as far as I'm concerned with linksys routers. I've never gotten anything to port forward correctly with it.

    Is there a set of ports and instructions to get it to forward correctly so I can use Back to My Mac between my home and office computer and Laptop?

    Thanks in Advance!! :apple:
     
  2. Macsterguy macrumors 6502a

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  3. OverSpun thread starter macrumors 6502a

    OverSpun

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    Hmm... I set both of those ports on the router and nothing changed in BTMM. I also read through the PDF and it didnt really elaborate on how to do it with a non-airport router. I have linksys routers at home and my office. =/
     
  4. ckhsponge macrumors newbie

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    finally

    I got this to work with much effort. I was also getting the "you may have more than one device on your network providing NAT" error. Here are some settings.

    D-Link DIR-655 A4-1.21 DSL Modem
    Port Forwarding 443 and 4500 for both TCP and UDP
    Firewall: Enable SPI: Off
    UDP Endpoint Filtering: Address Restricted
    TCP Endpoint Filtering: Address Restricted
    Advanced Network: Enable UPnP: Yes

    Netopia Motorola DSL Modem/Router from sonic.net
    UpnP: Yes
    Bridge Connection: Yes
    Pass Through IP: Yes to D-Link router at 192.168.0.1


    Good luck!
     

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