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Interesting Router//FiOS issue

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Jeff1512
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Registered: ‎02-25-2009

Interesting Router//FiOS issue

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I have 2 settop boxes.  1 is the Home Media DVR and the other is a NON-DVR HD box... Ok - so when I log into my router - I see one of the boxes (DVR) has a dynamic ip set and has no port forwarding setup... The other box (NON-DVR) is setup as a static ip and DOES have port forwarding setup (as viewable in the firewall setttings of the router).   

 

Is this "normal"?  I power cycled the router... then each settop box - - this is the configuration the "system" sets by itself when everything boots up.....

 

Everything is functioning as it should.... this is just something I noticed and was curious about....

 

If anyone wants to log into their router and check there configuration - i would appreciate knowing....

 

Thanks!

Jeff

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jumpin68ny
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Registered: ‎05-14-2009

Re: Interesting Router//FiOS issue

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I have a HD DVR and 2 standard def set top boxes.  For me all of them display DHCP and the only thing I see listed in port forwarding is of a device that is not connected, 192.168.1.104.  My STBs have 101,102,103.

 

 

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