Seimens SE567 Router

September 4, 2007 at 08:14:40
Specs: XP PRO, P4-2.5/512

Hi. Not sure if anyone can help me, but here goes.

In Canada, we have a Telco/ISP provider called Telus. With my 3gb connection they have sent me a Seimens SE567 4 port and wireless router. The firmware has been modified by Telus. I need to do some port-forwarding (believe it or not, port 80 for web server).
With Firewall off, All filters off,
port 80 forwarded, no one can get through.
I have set my web server in the DMZ. Still nothing.

I went to Seimens site, they do not offer a update to their firmware. (Just released router).

Anyone have experience with this router or know of a firmware update to get back to factory?

Yes I did the google thing.

Thanks

Geolew


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#1
September 4, 2007 at 12:22:05

Hi Geolew,

Being a western Canadian, I'm a Telus customer too.

We don't have a Seimens based device with our present Telus WAN connection but it seems to me, you should probably be sticking your web server in the DMZ. So, how this is done with that particular piece of equipment, I can't say. But, the manual or their tech support (ok, I know what it's like calling Telus tech support, but if it comes down to it, you'll have no choice and have to call them) should be able to provide you with that information.

Port forwarding is used to pass things through your firewall. Web server's and external servers/devices should always be in the DMZ which is outside the firewall.


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#2
September 5, 2007 at 07:50:15

Thanks Curtr.

After calling Telus, (waste of time) I finally got 3rd Tier tech. Thew SE567 was purchased without firmware from Seimens. Telus programmed the unit on their own.

The 3rd tier tech didn't know whoim to contact yada yada yada.

Checking a few forums, some are having a problem where the DMZ and port forwarding is not working and others are working fine.

I have had my web server working on Persona and a Dlink 604, and a Belkin router with no problems.

I will continue to hunt, and will find a Seimens firmware. (They don't have one yet.)

Thanks.

George



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