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About jstarnet

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  1. Verizon Port Blocking

    Hey All, I have been trying to set up a device that needs to reach the internet behind an internal network. Let's call it a "small server". I have assigned the proper static IP, opened port 19740 for that static IP on the router, yet when I try to reach that destination http://myip:19740 it immediately says that the connection cannot be established with the server. Is it possible that Verizon is blocking all ports? At my house I have Verizon Avenue (subsidiary of Verizon DSL) and I was able to make all this work, yet when I try it in a different location/network (Verizon DSL) I have this issue. If I do a traceroute from my house it hangs on the 10th hop and never actually reaches the IP. Any one have any ideas? I appreciate the help! Thanks