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Troubleshooting Firewall Ports

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  • Neal Rhodes

    Can I make a minor suggestion?   AT&T Uverse routers consider 61001 to be reserved and will refuse to allow port forwarding.   Thus as of 1.3.0, jacktrip servers start at 61002 and up by default.  Changing your notes above to 61002 might save AT&T users from beating their heads against a wall needlessly.

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  • Mike Dickey

    Updated, thanks. Note that all managed Virtual Studio servers are currently running 1.3.0.

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  • Neal Rhodes

    Thanks.  But, wait, my brain is about to explode again.   I'm running jacktrip 1.3.0 on an Ubuntu server here in the office.  But it doesn't appear to have the options for AutoPan and amplify the output.  Those live ... where?   "SuperCollider"?  Is that remaining inside the Foundation Managed servers?   Which are still too far away from Atlanta?

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  • Mike Dickey

    Correct; all the mixing controls are currently only available on managed servers.

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  • Lakes48

    I was able to set the uVerse Gateway/Router to allow a pinhole for the JT device only which worked. I don't see a security concern but if others do let me know.

     

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  • Neal Rhodes

    FYI, we have a VS box sitting on a LAN behind a Cisco RV180VPN router.  In order for Jamulus to make a connection to a server in the outside world, we had to enable port triggering on 22124.

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